Kantify speaking at the 6th TPD Summit in Boston
Join Kantify's Session at the 6th TPD Summit: Unveiling the Power of AI in Protein Degradation
We are thrilled to announce Kantify's engaging session at the 6th Targeted Protein Degradation (TPD) Summit, taking place from October 30 to November 2, 2023, in the vibrant city of Boston. As a frontrunner in AI-powered protein degradation, Kantify's presence at this definitive event is not to be missed.
Session: AI First - Building a Pipeline Using Artificial Intelligence to Find Novel & Promising Small molecules
Kantify's Chief Technology Officer, Nik Subramanian, will take the stage to delve deep into the transformative role of AI in the protein degradation landscape. Our session will cover:
🔬 Methodology and Results: Discover how we've harnessed the power of AI and machine learning to sift through millions of small molecules. Learn about our proven methodology and explore the outstanding results we've achieved in small molecule discovery, even for targets with no known ligands or 3D structures.
🌱 Promising Small molecules in Cancer and Rare Diseases: Kantify has successfully uncovered promising small molecules for several targets, even in the challenging realms of cancer and rare diseases. Dive into real-world case studies that exemplify the potential of AI to revolutionize TPD discovery.
🚀 Next Frontiers: Our journey doesn't stop here. We will share some of the key challenges, future directions and aspirations.
Session: Towards a TPD for Thirsty Plants Through AI Intervention
🌟 Kantify will also be represented through our partner, Jorge Lozano-Juste, Group Leader at the Instituto de Biologia Molecular y Celular de Plantas (IBMCP), during the session "Towards a TPD for Thirsty Plants Through AI Intervention".
🌱Dr Lozano-Juste will present our promising initial results in plant protein modulation using small molecules, through the following points: • Achieving chemical control of drought tolerance with small molecules; why a TPD? • Implementing an AI driven approach and outlining benefits from AI (in vitro and in vivo results) • Exploring future steps for harnessing TPD to alter plant traits
Stay tuned for more updates, and let us know if you are planning to attend, or if you wish to have a first discussion about AI for TPDs.