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Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Congress

27 Jan 2015 - 29 Jan 2015 - Boston, MA, USA



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QSP Congress 2015 will drive forward this new integrated paradigm for drug discovery & development to truly understand & predict action of drug candidates within cells and complex human environments

As Quantitative Systems Pharmacology combines large-scale experimental studies with computational analyses to develop models that will enhance the identification and validation of druggable targets, accelerate drug discovery, uncover drug-response biomarkers, improve drug design and select suitable dosage - it is emerging as a core discipline of translational medicine.

With an ever-increasing focus on understanding the precise interactions between drugs and the biological system in order to understand the behaviour of the system as a whole and more accurately predict therapeutic and toxic effects of drugs, QSP is a multi-faceted discipline spanning preclinical and clinical studies to ultimately improve the success rate in drug discovery and development.

With classical pharmacology in need of an overhaul, QSP Congress 2015 will drive forward this new integrated paradigm for drug discovery and development to truly understand and predict action of drug candidates within cells and more complex human environments.





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