Early Stage Drug Discovery: Assay Development and Compound Profiling

Video   Nov 24, 2017

 

LabTube Meets Dr Jon Hutchinson, Scientific Leader, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), UK at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2017.

Jon shares his professional background and discusses his role in early stage drug discovery at GSK. He provides his thoughts on the evolution of drug discovery over the duration of his career, emphasizing the shift in industry focus.

As program chair at ELRIG he give examples of sessions he found particularly valuable. Finally he discusses general challenges associated with producing efficacious drugs and potential reasons for this difficulty.

 
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