Conference Agenda

Oligonucleotide & Precision Therapeutics

Rare Disease Drug Development

March 17-19th

Cambridge Massachusetts 

Ryan Leung talks about Precision Medicine and Rare Diseases.

Molecular Med Tri-Con

March 1st-4th 2020

San Francisco, California

Ryan Leung talks about creating a new model in medicine for patient co-led research and the program being developed at Research to the People.


University Of Minnesota Guest Lecture

UMN Carlson School of Management

October 10th 2019

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Peter gives a lecture on entrepreneurship covering Research to the Peoples and perspectives in healthcare and medical innovation.

Mayo Clinic Transform

September 25-26th 2019

Rochester, Minnesota

See Gigi's Session

Gigi gives a talk at Mayo Clinic about her journey as a patient, focusing on data sharing and collaborating with Research to the People.

NF Conference

September 21st-25th 2019

San Francisco, California


Researchers from the Neurofibromatosis PT 2 hackathon present their results at Children's Tumor Foundation's Annual NF conference.
Cancer Moonshot Symposium 
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
   September 26-27  2019
Bethesda, Maryland
Bill Paseman shared his views on patient controlled data sharing and collaborating with SVAI / Research to the People. Research to the People presented a poster featuring research results from our community.


Science, Technology and Business Conference

DECEMBER 14-16, 2018

Moscow, Russia

Lily Vittayarukskul talks about our community of engineers and scientists, our patient research initiative and using AI for biomedicine.

SignifAI: Intelligent Possibilities

Berkeley HAAS School of Business

November 7th 2017

Berkeley, California

Peter talks about SVAI and hosting an AI Genomics hackathon with patient data.

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