02- Physician-Entrepreneur Series: Drug Discovery Platform Co-Founder Martin Bittner (Arctoris)

Episode 02 June 30, 2021 00:37:08
02- Physician-Entrepreneur Series: Drug Discovery Platform Co-Founder Martin Bittner (Arctoris)
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02- Physician-Entrepreneur Series: Drug Discovery Platform Co-Founder Martin Bittner (Arctoris)
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Show Notes

Dr. Martin-Immanuel Bittner is the CEO of Arctoris, the world's first fully automated drug discovery platform that he co-founded in Oxford in 2016. His goal is to change the way we approach drug discovery - moving towards a truly data-driven model, with the right data at the right time empowering us to make the right decisions, accelerating the path towards the clinic. He partners with biotech and pharma companies globally, delivering integrated drug discovery projects from idea to IND, enabled by a team of expert scientists and their unique technology platform.

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