Mark your calendars for the exciting 24th Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) 2025 happening February 5-7 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

We are honoring two Nobel Laureates Carolyn Bertozzi and Drew Weissman as well as Nvidia’s CEO Jensen Huang and more.

PMWC 2025 is your chance to:

      ● Dive deep into groundbreaking research that’s reshaping medicine.
      ● Explore cutting-edge technologies that are changing the clinical practice.
      ● Network with leading experts / KOLs shaping the future of precision medicine.

I will be sending you exclusive updates packed with the most exciting PMWC 2025 highlights, each email spotlighting a different track, providing you with detailed insights into the groundbreaking sessions and distinguished speakers who will be joining us

Program Overview

We have curated an exceptional program that covers the latest advancements in precision medicine across various fields, here’s a glimpse of what to expect:

Track 1: Gene and Cell Therapies
      ● Day 1 (Feb 5): Rare Diseases
            ● Track Chairs: Yael Weiss, Mahzi Therapeutics, and Morten Sogaard, Astellas
            ● Luminary Honoree: Carolyn Bertozzi, Stanford (2022 Nobel Prize Winner – Developer of bioorthogonal chemistry that has significantly advanced the precision of targeted therapies)
            ● Pioneer Honoree: James M. Wilson, University of Pennsylvania (Groundbreaking work in viral vector-based gene therapies, significantly impacting the treatment of rare genetic diseases)
      ● Day 2 (Feb 6): Oncology
            ● Track Chair: Maggie Chapman, Labcorp
            ● Luminary Honorees: David R. Liu, Broad Institute (Developer of base editing and prime editing that revolutionized the field of gene editing); Crystal Mackall, Stanford (Developed advancements in CAR T-cell therapy, including innovative clinical trials and improved treatment protocols that have significantly enhanced patient outcomes in pediatric oncology)
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Drew Weissman, Penn Medicine (2023 Nobel Prize Winner – Developer of mRNA technology that revolutionized vaccine development and gene therapy)
      ● Day 3 (Feb 7): Pharmacogenomics (PGx)
            ● Track Chair: Kristine Ashcraft
            ● Luminary Honoree: Philip Empey, University of Pittsburgh (Contributions to the advancement and practical application of pharmacogenomics in clinical settings)
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Collen Masimirembwa, University of the Witwatersrand (Contributions to pharmacogenomics, in understanding genetic factors affecting drug response in diverse populations)

Track 2: AI and Data Science
      ● Day 1 (Feb 5): Clinical Practice
            ● Track Chair: TBA
      ● Day 2 (Feb 6): Real World Evidence / Data
            ● Track Chair: William Oh, Mount Sinai
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Isaac Kohane, Harvard Medical School (Contributions to precision medicine using EHRs and data science to enable personalized treatments)
      ● Day 3 (Feb 7): AI & Data Sciences in Drug Discovery & Clinical Research
            ● Track Chair: Gad Getz, Broad Institute
            ● Luminary Honoree: Jensen Huang, Nvidia (AI/HPC Champion for Next-Gen Precision Medicine)

Track 3: Clinical Diagnostics
      ● Day 1 (Feb 5): Oncology Applications
            ● Track Chair: Razelle Kurzrock, Medical College of Wisconsin
      ● Day 2 (Feb 6): Women’s Health
            ● Track Chairs: Yoel Sadovsky, UPMC, and Noel Bairey Merz, UCLA
      ● Day 3 (Feb 7): Infectious Diseases
            ● Track Chair: Charles Chiu, UCSF
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Julie Louise Gerberding, Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (Pioneered precision medicine at CDC, Merck, and FNIH)

Track 4: Next-Generation Technologies
      ● Day 1 (Feb 5): New Frontiers in Precision Medicine
            ● Track Chair: Keith Yamamoto, UCSF
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Robert Califf, FDA
      ● Day 2 (Feb 6): Clinical Utility of Liquid Biopsies
            ● Track Chair: Adrian Lee, UPMC
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Victor E. Velculescu, Johns Hopkins University (Pioneering ctDNA analysis for liquid biopsies: Revolutionizing cancer detection and personalized medicine)
      ● Day 3 (Feb 7): Multi-Omics & Wearables for Disease Intervention & Prevention
            ● Track Chair: TBA
            ● Pioneer Honoree: Michael Snyder, Stanford (Transformative work in genomics and wearable biosensors, catalyzing a shift towards predictive medicine)

      ● Tracks 5-6 (S1-2): Company Presentations grouped by technology focus

Register Early & SAVE HERE

We encourage you to learn more about the program and register for the conference today with the early bird rate to secure your spot. Stay tuned for more updates as we finalize the program and announce additional speakers. We look forward to seeing you at PMWC February 5-7, 2025 Silicon Valley, where we will continue to push the boundaries of precision medicine together.

Kind regards,

Tal Behar

President & Co-founder, PMWC
PMWC 2025 Silicon Valley – February 5-7, 2025

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