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Using machine learning, PhaseV, an Israeli startup is trying to make adaptive trial design more accessible. It is early days, but the company's approach is attracting investors and partners.
Andrew Hopkins, founder and CEO of Exscientia, invented and championed an algorithmic approach to drug design and drug discovery. He talks to In Vivo about artificial intelligence in the biopharma industry today and what lies ahead.
Companies making blood-based cancer screening tests face a number of barriers to full market entry but getting a foothold of any kind can be the start of a path towards greater ultimate uptake.
In an environment replete with pricing and patient access pressures, top biopharma companies are building commercialization models that emphasize inclusive and diverse decision-making and that integrate digital tools with a human salesforce.
With a growing focus on clinical trial diversity, companies are looking for ways to recruit from historically marginalized communities. Machine learning may help meet these diversity goals.
With the acquisition of Swiss biotech firm in late June, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals has firmly positioned itself as a gastrointestinal-focused company.