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Proteomics ONLINE Webinar 3: Drugging the "Undruggable" Proteome

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As we move into the post-genomic era, the spotlight’s on proteomics to deliver novel advances in drug discovery, and it won’t disappoint…

The boom of high throughput proteomic technologies that allow us to identify and quantify proteins, has expanded our repertoire of biomarkers for disease. Plus, exciting advancements in structural proteomics are helping us to uncover new drug targets and opportunities for intervention.

With all this progress, the future looks bright for proteomic-driven drug discovery as we continue to unlock more of the proteome. And we’re still only at the very tip of the iceberg, with patients yet to reap the rewards at the clinic.

Want to learn more about how advances in structural, clinical, and translational proteomics are supporting the discovery of new protein-targeting drugs? Hear from nine expert speakers in our upcoming webinar series, Proteomics ONLINE.

Register for FREE today to get exclusive access to all three webinars in the series. It takes less than a minute!

Webinar 3: Drugging the “Undruggable” Proteome

Tuesday 13th December at 3pm GMT/10am EST/7am PST

An estimated 85% of the proteome is still considered “undruggable”, imposing huge restrictions on drug discovery.

Join us in webinar three and learn how the latest advances in proteomics are allowing drug developers to target more of the proteome.

Using Innovative Methods to Unlock the Undruggable Proteome in the Biopharmaceutical Industry - Ashok Dongre, Director and Head of Proteomics, Bristol Myers Squibb.

Using Advancements in Protein Folding with Deep Learning to Interrogate the Proteome - David Ruau, Head of Strategic Alliances, Drug Discovery AI, NVIDIA

Deep Visual Proteomics: An Opportunity to Identify Novel Targets for Drugs and Diagnostics - Andreas Mund, Associate Professor, Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen.

Previous webinars available ON-DEMAND:

Webinar 1: Leveraging a New Era of Protein Structure Prediction to Advance Proteomic-Driven Drug Discovery

Join us in webinar one to explore the most recent advances in structural proteomics and how they are supporting drug target discovery.

Expanding Cross-Linking Based Structural Proteomics Towards Pharmacological Applications - Alexander Leitner, Principal Scientist, ETH Zurich

Harnessing Integrative Structural Proteomics to Interrogate Protein Dynamics and Interactions - Antonio Calabrese, Group Lead, University of Leeds

Webinar 2: Using Advanced Proteomic Techniques to Uncover Novel Biomarkers for Disease.

More than half of recently approved drugs were supported by biomarker data, making the identification of novel biomarkers a huge priority in the biopharmaceutical industry.

Join us in webinar two to learn about the latest developments in clinical proteomics and how state-of-the-art technologies are allowing for the high-throughput detection of novel protein biomarkers.

Using Advanced Proteomics for Clinical Biomarker Discovery and Quantification - Axel Ducret, Expert Scientist and Group Lead, Roche.

Olink Proximity Extension Assay: A Novel Affinity Technique for Disease Biomarker Discovery - Dale Yuzuki, Director, Olink Proteomics

Rationalising Anti-Cancer Drug Responses Using Proteomics and Machine Learning: Towards Next Generation Precision Medicine - Pedro Cutillas, Professor of Cell Signalling and Proteomics, Barts Cancer Institute London.

Using Targeted Proteomics for Multi-Analyte Detection in Clinically Relevant Samples - Benedetta Lombardi, Senior Scientist, AstraZeneca

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    David Ruau

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    Ashok Dongre

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    Nehir Banaz Front Line Genomics

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Front Line Genomics is a genomics-focused media company, with a social mission to deliver the benefits of genomics to patients faster. We organise the Festival of Genomics, digital events and webinars. We also produce reports and operate a content-rich website.