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Dept Talks Live

How data & technology are helping to advance patient care


Biotech and healthcare companies around the world are conducting critical research to discover new therapies and treatments for a variety of diseases, which is even more important in the midst of a global pandemic. US-based Goldfinch Bio is one of those companies, focusing on discovering and delivering precision therapies for patients with kidney disease. Like many companies, Goldfinch Bio receives an influx of data that comes from varying sources which then needs to be analysed, curated and shared in order to inform clinical trials. But how has the advancement of technology and data collection helped Goldfinch Bio further their research and patient care?

During this Dept Talk Live, Adam Fraser, Principal Engineer at Rocket Insights and Adam Tebbe, Senior Director of Informatics and IT at Goldfinch Bio, will share more about how data and technology are helping Goldfinch advance its mission, and discuss how the challenges many companies are facing today with data will inform the future of biotech advancements. There will also be a live Q&A session at the end of the talk.

Three key takeaways:

  • How to handle challenges pertain to managing, analysing, and sharing data
  • How brands can harness their data to set themselves up for a better future
  • How data and technology will shape the future of the healthcare industry

Tune in live on Youtube on Friday 5th June from 15:00 – 16:00 BST 

Adam Fraser

I build web applications and component libraries, bringing designers and developers closer together in the process. I also have a history of building visualisation and analysis platforms for biotech because SCIENCE!

Adam Tebbe

A committed informatics professional with more than 15 years of experience across multiple industries including; Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Data Analytics, Financial, and Start-Ups.

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