Asia Genomics to present population-specific deep-learned biomarkers of aging in Basel
Asia Genomics, the Asian leader in genomics-enabled healthcare and wellness provider today announced that the CEO, Dr. Mun-Yew Wong will present on latest advances in artificially-intelligent biomarker development at the 3rd International Annual Aging Research for Drug Discovery Forum during the Basel Life Science Week in Switzerland.
“Aging is a complex multifactorial process leading to disease and disability. And while multiple research studies demonstrate life extension in animals, tracking the effectiveness of these interventions in a minimally-invasive way is extremely difficult and require novel artificially-intelligent approaches to track the most important aging biomarkers. We are developing a range of actionable biomarkers specific to the Asian population, using various tools that include machine learning. We are happy to report on our early progress at the Basel Life Science Week, one of the largest European drug discovery conferences”, said Dr Mun-Yew Wong, M.D, CEO of Asia Genomics.
The 3rd Annual International Aging Research for Drug Discovery Forum is one of the main scientific events of the Basel Life Science Week, where thousands of experts in drug discovery and biomarker development convene annually to present, network and exhibit.
The event will transpire from 21st to 22nd of September in Basel:
“Asia Genomics is rapidly evolving into one of the leaders in genomics-enabled healthcare solutions in Asia with and all-star team of visionary scientists. Their efforts in prevention of age-related diseases and aging itself may result in transformative changes in longevity and wellness in Asia and the world. We are honored to have Dr. Mun Yew Wong present at the aging forum in Basel, the European capital of the pharmaceutical industry”, said Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD, the co-chair of the 3rd Annual International Aging Research for Drug Discovery
The conference is sponsored by the city of Basel and major industry players and is free to register and attend (www.BaselLife.org).
About Basel Life Science Week
The conference is an international event that brings together researchers, investors, & policy makers from industry, academia, and not-for-profit institutions. Each year, representatives from more than 45 countries participate in advancing our current understanding and applying knowledge to progress the life sciences fields.
About Asia Genomics (www.asia-genomics.com)
Asia Genomics is a leading molecular diagnostics company focused on molecular biology and genomics power to transform the healthcare industry in Asia. Asia Genomics has a team of experts from various professional backgrounds, focus on cooperation with the globally recognized technology partners, and implementing world-class genomics technology. Asia Genomics’ goal is to provide tests that have a real impact on clinical decision-making and improve health. Asia Genomics offers tests that are evidence-based, accepted and endorsed by doctors internationally. Based in Singapore, with operations in Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand, Asia Genomics has a total market reach of more than 500 million people.