All Speakers: Hackathon Panel

Dr. Richard Conroy

Dr. Richard Conroy is a Program Leader in the Office of Strategic Coordination at the National Institutes of Health, leading large-scale (>$200M) programs across NIH. Currently, Richard coordinates the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP) and the Somatic Mosaicism and Retrotransposition (SMaRT) programs, and previously worked on the Single Cell Analysis and the 4D Nucleome programs. …

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Boyd Steere

Boyd Steere is a Principal Research Scientist at Lilly, where he works as a bioinformaticist in the Immunology therapeutic area, heads the biology effort of a drug discovery team, and leads Lilly Immunology’s single cell multi-omics program. Dr. Steere graduated from UCLA in 2000 with a PhD in X-ray protein crystallography. He then joined the …

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Claire Bernard

Prior to joining the Broad, Clare led product and engineering at TAMR, a Cambridge-based software company that uses machine learning to integrate large datasets. She received her PhD from Boston University for research in particle physics conducted at the Large Hadron Collider

Scott Penberthy

Scott is the Director of Applied AI at Google. In this role, he leads a team of AI engineers and PhDs who help VIPs reimagine the production of goods and services and how value is exchanged in free markets. His team applies current and upcoming AI technologies to materialize proofs of concept and drive long-term …

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Andrea de Souza

Andrea began her career as a neuroscience researcher and transitioned to building and leading informatics and scientific teams across multiple therapeutic areas. Most recently, Andrea focused on building the Pharma Artificial Intelligence market at NVIDIA. Through this experience she has travelled the world advising biopharmaceutical, academics, research institutes, and startups in the potential of machine …

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