The event will feature: Howard Bailey, director of the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center; Chorom Pak, president and CEO of Lynx Biosciences in Madison; and David Beebe, who has ties to UW-Madison, Salus Discovery, Lynx Bioscience and Tasso.

It will be held July 25 at the Sheraton Hotel in Madison.

“Almost everyone has been touched by cancer, directly or indirectly. We’ll hear from experts who can speak to R&D progress at home and nationally,” said Tech Council President Tom Still.

Lynx Biosciences is a Madison-based biotech company that has developed a modeling technique for testing drug treatments without using patients as guinea pigs. The company won the Life Sciences category for the Governor’s Business Plan Contest in 2016.

See a WisBusiness podcast with Chorom Pak of Lynx Biosciences: