Caroline Gubser Keller

Data Science Site Head in Chemical Biology and Therapeutics
Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research Chemical Biology and Therapeutics
Caroline Gubser Keller is a data scientist with 10 years experience in drug discovery. She received her bachelor degree in Biology at the University of Lausanne and her PhD in bioinformatics/virology at Oxford University. After a postdoc at Imperial College London, Caroline joined Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research. At Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Caroline is data science site head in the department of chemical biology and therapeutics. She is working in a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary environment bridging technology, computer science and research. Caroline is responsible for data science teams working in computational biology, screening analytics and predictive modelling, that combine expertise to gain a molecular understanding of disease etiology, to identify novel targets and chemical matter, assess preclinical model translation relevance and patient population heterogeneity. The team’s mission is to impact drug discovery and advance biomedical research using innovative computational approaches with emphasis on data stewardship for predictive science.


November 8 2019, 09:30
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