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With $150M and a new NASH discovery deal with Gilead, AI star Daphne Koller has set out to change the drug R&D world

Daphne Koller spent the last year quietly putting together one of the biggest plays in biopharma AI. And backed by some of the deepest pockets in biotech, she’s now marking a key turning point for her fledgling startup insitro by forming a fresh R&D alliance with Gilead.


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Recursion Pharmaceuticals Salt Lake City, UT
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Atlas Venture Cambridge, MA

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