DALLAS, April 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Lantern Pharma, Inc.. (NASDAQ: LTRN), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company using its proprietary RADR® artificial intelligence ("A.I.") platform to transform oncology drug discovery and development today announced that Panna Sharma, President and CEO of Lantern Pharma, will participate in the 20th Annual Needham Healthcare Conference, to be held virtually on April 12-15, 2021.
Mr. Sharma will participate in a fireside chat moderated by Needham & Company's Alexander Salisbury on Thursday, April 15, at 12:45 pm ET and hold one-on-one meetings with investors throughout the four-day event.
The live event will be accessible on https://ir.lanternpharma.com and will be archived for 90 days. Investors interested in scheduling a meeting with Mr. Sharma should contact their Needham & Company representative or Lantern Pharma investor relations.
Marek Ciszewski, JD
Director, Investor Relations
About Lantern Pharma
Lantern Pharma (LTRN) is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company leveraging its proprietary RADR® A.I. platform and machine learning to discover biomarker signatures that identify patients most likely to respond to its pipeline of genomically-targeted cancer therapeutics. We believe our RADR® A.I. platform is among the world's largest A.I. oncology datasets. Once a drug candidate is identified and validated with the assistance of RADR® A.I., Lantern seeks out industry partners, collaborators and leading scientific advisors to develop genetically-targeted cancer therapeutics in areas of high unmet clinical need. Lantern is currently developing four drug candidates and an ADC program, including two phase 2 programs. By targeting drugs to patients whose genomic profile identifies them as having the highest probability of benefiting from the drug, Lantern's approach represents the potential to deliver best-in-class outcomes. More information is available at: www.lanternpharma.com and Twitter @lanternpharma.
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