Are data silos, reduced scientific agility and hindered collaboration keeping companies from accelerating development and delivery of new therapeutics?
While R&D organizations increase their investments in generating and managing data to fuel new drug development, the systems and processes they’ve inherited or implemented often impair critical innovations. Can organizations do more by enabling digital labs?
In this webinar, attendees will hear from AWS and TetraScience how life sciences organizations can break down data silos and do more with less by making management of scientific data easier, less costly and less labor-intensive.
Register to learn about creating connected digital labs and managing scientific data towards therapeutic development.
Mike Tarselli, Ph.D., MBA, Chief Scientific Officer, TetraScience
Dr. Mike Tarselli ensures the impact of the Tetra R&D Data Cloud through content leadership, training, the partner network strategy and building the company’s scientific culture. Previously, Mike was the Scientific Director for SLAS, a global professional society dedicated to lab automation and an Associate Director at Novartis building an external collaboration networking platform. Mike’s pharmaceutical experience includes bench and operational roles at Millennium, ARIAD and Biomedisyn. He received his Ph.D. from UNC Chapel Hill and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Scripps Research. Mike currently serves on the Pistoia Alliance Board of Directors, the UMass Amherst College of Natural Sciences Advisory Board and the Editorial Board of the NIH/NCATS Assay Guidance Manual. He is a member and active volunteer with the American Chemical Society, AAAS and the MA State Science & Engineering Festival, and has been an invited speaker for student groups and professional organizations.Message Presenter
Lee Tessler, Worldwide Technology Lead, Life Sciences, Amazon Web Services
Dr. Lee Tessler is an AWS worldwide technical strategy leader for the Life Sciences industry. His focus is on novel cloud architectures to address some of the hardest problems across the Life Sciences, including modern R&D data strategy, computer-aided drug design, decentralized clinical trials and modernized manufacturing. Lee is a scientist by training and has spent most of his career in product management for the life sciences. Prior to joining AWS, he designed, built and launched software products for bioinformatics, drug discovery, clinical diagnostics, smart instruments and pharma manufacturing. Lee holds a Ph.D. in computational biology from Washington University in St. Louis and Sc.B. from Brown University.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
- Data Engineers
- Data Stewards
- Data Scientists
- Bioinformatics Scientists
- Research Scientists
- R&D Directors/VPs
- IT Directors/VPs
Plus, anyone leading data strategy in a life sciences organization
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn:
- Three key tenets for enabling digital labs and six pillars of the modern scientific data strategy
- How to solve the “data everywhere” problem by easily bringing together data from multiple instruments in the cloud, and making it harmonized, searchable and actionable
- How other biopharmas are moving from silos to improved scientific outcomes such as 90 percent productivity gains and 2X-4X more batches tested
Amazon Web Services
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