Session Chair Profile

Ph.D., CTO and Co-Founder, Mammoth Biosciences

Biography
Janice Chen is co-founder/CTO of Mammoth Biosciences, a biotechnology company based in the San Francisco Area that harnesses the diversity of nature to power the next generation of CRISPR products across diagnostics and therapeutics. Through its discovery of novel CRISPR systems, the company enables the potential of its platform to read and write the code of life. Janice received her PhD from the lab of Nobel Laureate Jennifer Doudna at University of California, Berkeley. She investigated mechanisms of CRISPR proteins and developed technologies leading to multiple papers and patents, and co-invented the programmable CRISPR-based detection technology called DETECTR®. Janice was selected as a Forbes 30 Under 30 in Healthcare, Business Insider's 30 Under 40 in Healthcare, Endpoints Top 20 Women in Biopharma, MIT Technology Review 35 Innovators Under 35, EY Entrepreneur Of The Year, SF Business Times Most Influential Women, and delivered a TEDx talk on the potential for CRISPR to democratize diagnostics.


 Session Abstract – PMWC 2022 Silicon Valley


Track Chair:
Jane Grogan, Graphite Bio

Sessions:

  • Building Future Precision Care in Qatar
    Session Chair: Khalid Fakhro, Sidra Medicine
    - Barbro Friden, Sidra Medicine
    - Ziyad Hijazi, Sidra Medicine
    - Edison Liu, Jackson Labs
  • Advances in Gene & Cell Therapies
    - Peter Nell, Mammoth
    - Laura Sepp-Lorenzino, Intellia Tx
    - Amy Simon, Beam Therapeutics
    - Eric Ostertag, Poseida Therapuetics
    - Jane Grogan, Graphite Bio
  • Translating CGT to the Clinic
    Session Chair: Nicole K. Paulk, UCSF
    - Matthew Porteus, Stanford
    - Eric Crombez, Ultragenyx Gene Therapy
    - Peter Francis, 4D Molecular Therapeutics
    - Erandi De Silva, Forge Biologics
    - Patrice Hugo, Q2 Solutions
  • Bioethics & Ethical Implications in Cell and Gene Therapies
    Session Chair: Ilana Yurkiewicz, Stanford University
  • Past, Present and Future of CRISPR Where will CRISPR Take Us and How is the Technology Evolving to Realize its Full Potential
    Session Chair: Janice Chen, Mammoth
    - Fyodor Urnov, UC Berkeley
    - Kiana Aran, Cardea Bio
    - Laura Sepp-Lorenzino, Intellia Tx