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Drug Targets – Webinars and Online Events

Olink
Webinar

Population-Level Multiomics for Precision Medicine

On-Demand
Our expert speaker will explore how the findings uncover previously unknown insights into disease biology that can help accelerate the identification of new therapeutic targets and biomarkers.
TechNet Multiomics ed cal 12th december 2023
Webinar

Innovations in Multiomics Research for Life Sciences

On-Demand
Unearthing novel drug targets with robust data support and a deep understanding of biological processes remains a pivotal challenge in drug discovery. In this engaging webinar, distinguished speakers Aaron Mitchell and Rasmus Wernersson from ZS Associates will unveil a comprehensive method that significantly enhances target prediction performance through the integration of multiomics data, coupled with a data-driven, cell-type specific network biology approach.
Somalogic
Webinar

Using Plasma Proteomics To Understand Alzheimer’s and Other Brain Diseases

On-Demand
Dr. Walker will discuss how he integrates proteomic, genetic, brain imaging and cerebral spinal fluid biomarkers from initially cognitively normal individuals who later develop dementia, in order to discover novel blood-based biomarkers and mechanistically relevant proteins for therapeutic target prioritization.
Advances in Drug Discovery & Development 2023
Online Event

Advances in Drug Discovery & Development 2023

On-Demand
This online event is aimed at those working within academia and pharmaceutical drug development, who want to hear from experts across their field. Focus will be given to the latest advances in small molecule drug discovery and development, biopharma and biotechnology.
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Webinar

An Introduction to Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI)

On-Demand
With unrivaled flexibility and high sensitivity, the WAVE brings label-free quantification to a whole new world of applications, revolutionizing the study of biomolecular interactions.
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Alzheimer's Disease Pathogenesis: Emerging Role of Microglia

On-Demand
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of neurodegenerative disease, estimated to contribute to 60–70% of all cases of dementia worldwide. Increasing evidence suggests that neuroinflammation, primarily mediated by microglia, contributes to the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
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Webinar

Putting Proteomics at the Heart of Your Multiomics

On-Demand
In this webinar, we host two speakers who will present diverse case studies that will illustrate how multiomics is being used to deepen our understanding of human biology.
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Webinar

How To Find Promising Small Molecule Leads

On-Demand
Learn how scientists in the drug discovery field search for the most promising lead compounds. Dr. Claire Hatty from NanoTemper will highlight case studies demonstrating the value of biophysical tools in drug discovery workflows.
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Online Event

Advances in Drug Discovery and Development 2021

On-Demand
Accessed via mobile, tablet or PC, this inaugural free-to-attend event will provide those working within academia and pharmaceutical development the opportunity to hear from experts within the field. Focus will be given to the latest advances in small molecule drug discovery and development, biopharma and biotechnology.
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Webinar

Genomic Atlas of the Human Proteome and Neurological Disorders

On-Demand
Understanding the tissue-specific genetic architecture of protein levels is instrumental to understand the biology of health and disease.
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