Roche PHCS News & Brews | Physical Event | Paris | 18.00-20.00 CET

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Utilising Computational Pathology to Revolutionise
Patient Identification & Diagnosis

Michael Rivers

Michael Rivers

Vice President, Digital Pathology & Lifecycle Leader

Roche Personalized Healthcare Solutions 

Friday, September 9 |

18.00-20.00 CET |

Mercure Paris - 15 Porte de Versailles

6 Rue Saint Lambert

75015 Paris, France

The Roche PHCS News & Brews is an exclusive event designed to bring together biopharma Directors, Heads & VPs working in the Computational Pathology & Artificial Intelligence (AI) space, to discuss and review the latest trends in the use of digital pathology and how it can maximise the success of biomarker driven trials.

This discussion:

  • Explored the benefits of utilising digital pathology to accelerate population identification for a developing therapy
  • Indulged in high-level discussions to strategise the implementation and use of computational image analysis and AI to refine various indications of cancer
  • Attendees walked away inspired with promising and innovative approaches that will allow partners to prototype and experiment to revolutionise clinical trials and patient identification

 

Attendees then joined us for an insightful panel discussion followed by appetisers and drinks!

Expert Speakers:

Carl Barrett

Vice President, Translational Medicine

AstraZeneca

John McAuliffe

Senior Director, Pharma Partnering

Roche Personalized
Healthcare Solutions

Kimberly Gasuad

Senior Vice President, Business Development & Strategy

IBEX Medical Analytics

Michael Rivers

Vice President, Digital Pathology
& Lifecycle Leader

Roche Tissue Diagnostics

Radha Krishnan

Executive Director

MSD

Agenda:

6:00 pm Registration & Welcome Reception

6:30 pm Welcome to Roche PHCS News & Brews

  • John McAuliffe Senior Director, Pharma Partnering, Roche Personalized
    Healthcare Solutions

6:35 pm Presentation: The Digital Transformation of Pathology

  • Michael Rivers Vice President, Digital Pathology
    & Lifecycle Leader, Roche Tissue Diagnostics

Synopsis

• The transformation of tissue diagnostics to full digitisation
• The potential of game-changing AI image analysis
• Deploying AI solutions in an efficient, clinical workflow
• Roche as a partner for end-to-end DP solutions: Learn about NAVIFY Digital Pathology, a digital platform ecosystem with fully integrated AI solutions

6:50 pm Interactive Panel Discussion & Q&A: Utilising Computational Pathology to Revolutionise Patient Identification & Diagnosis

  • Michael Rivers Vice President, Digital Pathology
    & Lifecycle Leader, Roche Tissue Diagnostics
  • Carl Barrett Vice President, Translational Medicine, AstraZeneca
  • John McAuliffe Senior Director, Pharma Partnering, Roche Personalized
    Healthcare Solutions
  • Kimberly Gasuad Senior Vice President, Business Development & Strategy, IBEX Medical Analytics
  • Radha Krishnan Executive Director , MSD

Synopsis

• Review the key strategies related to exploring and implementing innovative digital pathology techniques
• Explore how digital pathology can enhance the success of biomarker driven trials by helping to identify more relevant patients
• Delve into the different ways digital image analysis techniques can be more accurate, reproducible and sensitive, leading to more cost-effective trials

7:20 pm Networking

Synopsis

Feel free to stay and connect with key Roche executives and members of the Roche PHCS team to converse and learn how tailored solutions can support your needs at any stage in a drug development journey.

8:00 pm End of Roche PHCS News & Brews

Synopsis

We hope you enjoy the event. If you have any follow up questions after the event, please let us know by emailing: info@hansonwade.com or john.mcauliffe@roche.com

Event Venue:

Paris, France

This Roche PHCS News & Brews Event will be held at:

Hotel Mercure Paris - 15 Porte de Versailles

6 Rue Saint Lambert

75015 Paris, France

How To Get Here:

From Expo - Porte de Versailles

You're exactly where you need to be! It's just a short walk to the Hotel Mercure Paris - 15 Porte de Versailles, just look out for signage around you or ask a staff member for directions.

From Paris Train Stations

Paris - Gare du Nord

Uber/Taxi: up to 1hr car ride

Public Transport: 40mins - take Métro B from Gare du Nord stop to Cité Universitaire stop (direction Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse). At Cité Universitaire, change to Tram T3a (direction Pont du Garigliano - Hopital Europeen G. Pompidou) to Georges Brassens stop. Short walk to event venue.

Paris - Gare de Lyon

Uber/Taxi: ca. 20mins car ride

Public Transport: 45mins - take Métro 14 from Paris Gare de Lyon stop to Gare Saint-Lazare stop (direction Mairie de Saint-Ouen). At Gare Saint-Lazare, change to Métro 13 (direction Châtillon Montrouge) to Malakoff - Plateau de Vanves stop. Short walk to event venue.

Paris - Gare de l'Est

Uber/Taxi: up to 1hr car ride

Public Transport: 40mins - take Métro 4 from Gare de l'Est stop to Porte d'Orléans stop (direction Bagneux - Lucie Aubrac). At Porte d'Orléans, change to Tram T3a (direction Pont du Garigliano - Hopital Europeen G. Pompidou) to Georges Brassens stop. Short walk to event venue.

From Paris Airports

Paris - Charles de Gaulle (CDG)

Uber/Taxi: between 40mins-1hr

Public Transport: 1.5hrs - take Bus "Roissybus" from stop CDG T1 - Roissybus (Niveau Arrivées/Arrivals Level - Porte/Door 32) to Opéra. At Opéra, take a short walk to Gare Saint-Lazare stop and take Métro 13 to Malakoff - Plateau de Vanves stop (direction Châtillon Montrouge). Short walk to the event venue.

Paris - Orly (ORY)

Uber/Taxi: max. 30mins

Public Transport: 45mins - take Bus "Orlybus" from Aéroport Orly 4 stop to Montsouris - Tombe Issoire stop (direction Denfert-Rochereau-Metro-RER). Take a short walk to Porte d'Orléans stop, take Tram T3a (direction Pont du Garigliano - Hopital Europeen G. Pompidou) to Georges Brassens stop. Short walk to event venue.

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About the Speaker:

Michael Rivers

Michael Rivers, who joined Roche Tissue Diagnostics in 2006, has headed Roche Digital Pathology since 2015. He leads the Digital Pathology teams in Santa Clara, Calif., and Tucson, Ariz., to develop and commercialize a portfolio of products and technologies for Roche.