Mr. Dan Stover Head of Applied Technologies Moderna

Dan Stover M.S. leads the Applied Technologies team at Moderna, focused on the development and implementation of innovative technologies to advance the process of mRNA manufacturing and responsible for top to bottom integration of automated laboratory equipment, digital systems, and high-throughput manufacturing operations.

Prior to joining Moderna, Dan worked as a Sr Director – Laboratory Automation and High Throughput Screening for Alltrna (A Flagship Pioneering Company) where Dan was responsible for leading the strategy and implementation of automated laboratory systems, high-throughput screening operations, and compound management for early discovery and pre-clinical evaluation of tRNA based oligonucleotide drug candidates. Dan’s previous experience includes roles such as the Director of Lab Automation and Process Engineering at Foundation Medicine, Program Manager - Lab Automation at Kapa Biosystems, Senior Automation Engineer at Courtagen Life Sciences, and Clinical Laboratory Supervisor at GeneDx. Dan received his B.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from Marymount University and his M.S. in Bioinformatics from Johns Hopkins University.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Innovative Approaches Addressing On-Demand Needs for RNA-Based Medical Countermeasures
(10:20am - 10:25am)

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