Exscientia wint Prix Galien USA 2022 Award voor digitale gezondheidsoplossing
De felbegeerde prijs van de biofarmaceutische sector erkent het AI-gedreven platform voor precisiegeneeskunde van het bedrijf
OXFORD, Engeland–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Exscientia plc (Nasdaq: EXAI) is vereerd om aan te kondigen dat het bedrijf de Prix Galien USA 2022 Award voor beste digitale gezondheidsoplossing heeft gewonnen als erkenning voor zijn AI-gedreven platform voor precisiegeneeskunde. De prijs werd donderdag uitgereikt tijdens het Prix Galien Forum in New York City. Wereldwijd wordt de Prix Galien, die uitmuntendheid in wetenschappelijke innovatie erkent die de gezondheidstoestand van de mens verbetert, beschouwd als de meest begeerde prijs in biofarmaceutisch onderzoek.
Exscientia Wins Prix Galien USA 2022 Digital Health Solution Award
Biopharma industry’s coveted prize recognizes company’s AI-driven precision medicine platform
OXFORD, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Exscientia plc (Nasdaq: EXAI) is honoured to announce that the company has won the Prix Galien USA 2022 Award for Best Digital Health Solution in recognition of its AI-driven precision medicine platform. The award was presented Thursday at the Prix Galien Forum in New York City. Worldwide, the Prix Galien, which recognizes excellence in scientific innovation that improves the state of human health, is regarded as the most coveted prize in biopharmaceutical research.
Exscientia is focused on designing fundamentally better drugs – faster. The company’s artificial intelligence (AI)-driven functional precision medicine platform enables a “patient-first” approach by integrating primary human tissue samples into early target and drug discovery research. Earlier this year, the next-generation platform, which aims to reinvent the way drugs are discovered and developed, was clinically proven to guide treatment selection and improve cancer treatment outcomes, in the landmark EXALT-1 study.
EXALT-1 demonstrated the ability of one of Exscientia’s AI-discovered medicines to improve cancer treatment outcomes, marking the first time a functional precision oncology platform improved patient outcomes in an interventional clinical study. Today, the live tissue technology used in that study is a core component underpinning Exscientia’s end-to-end platform, which has discovered the first three AI-designed molecules to enter clinical trials, dramatically cutting the time and cost required to generate novel molecules with the potential to become approved medicines.
“Sincere thanks to the Galien Foundation and Business France for this incredible honour. Exscientia is humbled to receive this recognition and grateful to our incredible team whose vision made it possible,” said Exscientia founder and CEO Andrew Hopkins, DPhil. “This award is a recognition of the enormous potential that AI holds to transform how our industry discovers and develops the right drug for the right patient. This award recognized the potential of our AI driven precision medicine platform to truly bring the vision of personalised medicine to the benefit of the patient. The day is coming when all medicines will be discovered and developed by harnessing the power of AI. At Exscientia, we are proud to be pioneering the way forward.”
Exscientia is an AI-driven pharmatech company committed to discovering, designing and developing the best possible drugs in the fastest and most effective manner. Exscientia developed the first-ever functional precision oncology platform to successfully guide treatment selection and improve patient outcomes in a prospective interventional clinical study, as well as to progress AI-designed small molecules into the clinical setting. Our internal pipeline is focused on leveraging our precision medicine platform in oncology, while our partnered pipeline broadens our approach to other therapeutic areas. By pioneering a new approach to medicine creation, we believe the best ideas of science can rapidly become the best medicines for patients.
Exscientia is headquartered in Oxford (England, U.K.), with offices in Vienna (Austria), Dundee (Scotland, U.K.), Boston (Mass., U.S.), Miami (Fla., U.S.), Cambridge (England, U.K.), and Osaka (Japan).
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