Jonathan joined OBN in early 2012. He carries out a number of analytical tasks related to the Life Sciences sector in Oxford, the Thames Valley and the UK Life Sciences sector in general. More widely he performed a key role in OBN’s involvement in the work of the Oxford node of the FP7 HealthTIES project. Jonathan is also involved with the realisation of the OBN Consultancy service including cluster mapping, product searches and consultation responses.
Prior to joining OBN he carried out academic research in a number of areas including cell division, virology and immunology and moved to Oxford BioMedica in 1997 where he played a major role in the development of their lentiviral gene therapy ‘system’ for use in treatment of a variety of indications.
Charlotte is Professor of Structural Bioinformatics at the Department of Statistics, University of Oxford. She is also Chief Scientist of Biologics AI at Exscientia.
At Oxford, Charlotte leads the Oxford Protein Informatics Group (OPIG), who work on diverse problems across protein structure, interaction networks and small molecule drug discovery; combining theoretical and empirical analysis with special interest in AI. She collaborates with experimentalists in academia and industry in experiment design to leverage the power of computation for biological insight.
Her work focuses on the development of novel algorithms, tools and databases that are openly available to the community. Examples include SAbDab, SAbPred, Cov-AbDab, PanDDA and MEMOIR. These tools are widely used web resources and are also part of several Pharma drug discovery pipelines. Charlotte has consulted extensively with industry and has set up a consulting arm within her own research group as a way of promoting industrial interaction and use of the group’s software tools.
Helen Fletcher, PhD
Leader of the Johnson & Johnson Centers for Global Health Discovery (CGHD) and Scientific Innovation Lead for Global Public Health R&D (EMEA and Asia Pacific)
Helen Fletcher is the Leader of Johnson & Johnson Centers for Global Health Discovery (CGHD), a network of J&J operated labs being established in major public health institutions across the world, and Scientific Innovation Lead for Global Public Health R&D (EMEA and Asia Pacific).
As Scientific Innovation Lead, Helen will work in close collaboration with discovery scientists, business development, and Johnson & Johnson Innovation colleagues building new external innovation partnerships as well as identifying funding and public financing opportunities help build the discovery and R&D portfolio within J&J Global Public Health.
Before joining Johnson & Johnson Helen was a Professor of Immunology and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). Helen has a B.SC. and Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Leeds and more than 20 years’ experience in vaccine development from pre-clinical to phase I and II safety studies and clinical efficacy trials at University College London, University of Oxford and LSHTM.
BioTrinity Panels, Interviews & Keynotes
We aim to deliver a well-rounded programme of presentations, discussions, and debate around a variety of subject matters prevalent in the life sciences industry today. We include a mix of scientific focused topics, which either address the latest innovation and research, or matters that are popular and much talked about in the current mainstream landscape, along with pertinent updates on the financing and investment landscapes, as well as regulatory and legislative updates from leading voices and decision makers.
We cover a lot of ground, and the range is broad, but we aim to support our delegates by delivering a programme that is digestible, useful, and thought-provoking.
With thanks to the all the industry experts who gathered together to share their ideas an valuable input into shaping our agenda, to ensure that BioTrinity remains a valuable and useful tool in helping you grow and stay ahead in this ever-changing industry.
Detailed below is an outline of all of the sessions, if you have any queries then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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