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Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum (CamNTF) September Meeting

The September meeting of the Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum (CamNTF) is now open for registration. This meeting will be hosted by AstraZeneca at Academy House on Hills Road, Cambridge on the 11th of September. This meeting will have a special focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches and advances in the development of therapeutics. Professor Zoltan Takats from Imperial College London will deliver a talk on the use of these approaches in the interpretation of large scale imaging and in-vivo mass spectrometric datasets. This will be followed by short talks by Dr Michel Vandenberghe, Ms Dulce Aguilar-Garza and Dr Alan Race before the networking session. Full talk titles can be found by clicking on the registration link above.

Postdoctoral researchers are especially encouraged to join what is sure to be another very interesting evening of talks and networking. Please note that space at this venue is limited and early registration is advised. For more information and to register, please click here.

The purpose of the CamNTF is to promote interactions between scientists from academia & industry in order to improve opportunities for biotechnology research and development. Meeting attendance is free but all attendees must register in advance. Spaces are limited, so early registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment.

Open to all scientists researching new therapeutics in Cambridge and the local area.

Host: AstraZeneca

Date: Wednesday, 11th September 2019

Location: Academy House, 136 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PA


17:30 – Arrival, Registration, Tea & Coffee

18:00 – Welcome

18:10 – Prof. Zoltan Takats, Imperial College London, Faculty of Medicine, 
Department of Surgery and Cancer, Professor of Analytical Chemistry 
Machine learning and artificial intelligence-based data analysis strategies for the 
interpretation of large scale imaging and in-vivo mass spectrometric datasets

18:40 – Dr Michel Vandenberghe, AstraZeneca, Postdoctoral Researcher
Digital Pathology and Artificial Intelligence applied to Precision Medicine: 
use cases from AstraZeneca

18:50 – Ms Dulce Aguilar-Garza, Cambridge University PhD student of Tissue 
Engineering and Vascular Networks
Algorithmically generated hierarchical vascular networks for additive manufacturing

19:00 – Dr Alan Race, AstraZeneca, Postdoctoral Researcher 
Towards spatially resolved multi-omics data integration: An example from the 
CRUK Grand Challenge

19:10 – Networking and Refreshments

20:00 – Meeting close




Posted on 21/08/2019

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