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Lantern To Participate in H.C Wainwright & Co.’s (HCW) 1st Annual Artificial Intelligence Based Drug Discovery & Development Virtual Conference

  • Lantern Pharma will present virtually on Thursday, March 7th at 2 pm Eastern.
  • Lantern’s CEO & President, Mr. Panna Sharma will be interviewed in the form of a fireside chat by HCW’s Healthcare & Life Sciences Analyst and Director of Equity Research
  • Institutional investors, companies, and industry professionals are encouraged to register at this link or contact their representative at HCW.

Lantern Pharma Inc. (NASDAQ: LTRN), a leader in AI-driven cancer drug discovery and development, announced that it will be presenting at a virtual conference being hosted by HCW. The conference will be on Thursday, March 7th, and is a virtual event.

Lantern Pharma’s CEO, Mr. Panna Sharma, will be discussing and presenting via a fireside chat format at The 1st Annual Artificial Intelligence Based Drug Discovery & Development Virtual Conference at approximately 2 pm Eastern / 11 am Pacific. While addressing AI in drug discovery, Mr. Sharma will talk about how RADR®, Lantern’s proprietary AI platform, is transforming the cost, pace, and timeline of oncology drug development.

Earlier this week, Lantern Pharma announced that RADR® has surpassed 60 billion data points and will reach 100 billion data points during 2024, making innovation in developing cancer therapies potentially more precise, durable, and personalized.

Investors, companies and industry professionals are encouraged to register for the event in advance at this link or contact their HCW representative for more information.

About RADR®

RADR® is Lantern Pharma’s proprietary integrated AI platform for large-scale biomarker and drug-tumor interaction data analytics that leverages machine learning. It is used to provide mechanistic insights about drug-tumor interactions, predict the potential response of cancer types and subtypes to existing drugs and drug candidates, and uncover patient groups that may respond to potential therapies being developed by Lantern Pharma and its collaborators.

RADR® uses an ensemble-based approach to apply its library of algorithms to statistical, correlative, and inferential problems in drug-tumor interactions. This allows the platform to rapidly analyze large amounts of complex data and predict how both patients and tumors will respond to therapeutic combinations. RADR® also evolves as new datasets are added, which improves and sharpens the insights generated from the algorithms.

RADR's highly scalable machine-learning methods are designed to guide drug development and yield new biological insights, while also having the potential to increase response rates and improve outcomes in clinical trials. The robustness and growing number of datasets powering RADR® is anticipated to continue to improve machine-learning results, accelerate automation of other features and aid oncology drug development for Lantern and its partners with an ultimate focus on benefitting cancer patients.

About Lantern Pharma:

Lantern Pharma (NASDAQ: LTRN) is an AI company transforming the cost, pace, and timeline of oncology drug discovery and development. Our proprietary AI and machine learning (ML) RADR® platform leverages over 60 billion oncology-focused data points and a library of 200+ advanced ML algorithms to help solve billion-dollar, real-world problems in oncology drug development. By harnessing the power of AI and with input from world-class scientific advisors and collaborators, we have accelerated the development of our growing pipeline of therapies including eleven cancer indications and an antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) program. On average, our newly developed drug programs have been advanced from initial AI insights to first-in-human clinical trials in approximately 2-3 years and at approximately $1.0-2.0 million per program.

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