The potential of precision medicine requires a small shift in perspective, Patrick Short, CEO and co-founder of Sano Genetics, explains in this Q&A.
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The launch of our new series, "Beyond the Lab," promises to deliver high-level insights commissioned exclusively by Drug Target Review magazine. Our inaugural report is an exploration of the remarkable advancements in cell and gene therapy that are revolutionising the field of drug discovery.
Join us for our monthly Women in STEM series where we showcase and celebrate the achievements of inspiring women in the field. Step into the world of scientific innovation with Michelle Arkin, a visionary chemical biologist who leads the way as a Professor and Chair of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at UCSF.…
In an exclusive interview, Dr Neville Sanjana, Associate Professor of biology at NYU and a core faculty member at the New York Genome Center, discusses the breakthrough study on STING-seq.
Researchers from Tokyo Tech's World Research Hub Initiative conducted a study to investigate the regulation of gene expression in the apicoplast of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum.
In this Q&A, Dr Steve Gardner elucidates the genetic variations that appear to underpin the debilitating new condition, long COVID, that have been uncovered in a recent analytical study.
Tracy Saveria, James Roberts and Brian Finrow from Lumen Bioscience discuss progress in the aspiration for global vaccine access and how Lumen Bioscience’s inhalation malaria vaccine represents a major step towards it.
This article is the second part of Drug Target Review’s Izzy Wood’s discussion with Olivia Cavlan, Chief Corporate Development and Strategy Officer at Alchemab Therapeutics Ltd, exploring the role of AI in target discovery, its applications in personalised medicine, and the evolving landscape of pharmaceutical development.
In this interview with Drug Target Review’s Izzy Wood and Dr Isaac Klein, Chief Scientific Officer at Dewpoint Therapeutics, discuss the innovative potential of condensate biology in revolutionising drug discovery. By targeting disease-driving condensates, Dewpoint’s research pushes boundaries by offering new hope for tackling diseases like ALS and colorectal cancer.
Drug Target Review's Taylor Mixides exclusively interviews Brett Hall, Chief Scientific Officer at Immuneering, about his company’s aim to develop a universal-RAS therapy.
In this interview Drug Target Review’s Izzy Wood and Olivia Cavlan, Chief Corporate Development and Strategy Officer at Alchemab Therapeutics Ltd, uncover the untapped potential of AI in target discovery. Alchemab’s revolutionary platform aims to identify common antibodies in resilient individuals and uncover the antigens that contribute to their disease-fighting…
Central nervous system (CNS) research is making breakthroughs with innovative therapies and next-generation technologies. Researchers are now able to use human tissue to identify relevant novel drug targets and biomarkers for a broad range of CNS diseases including schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. As our understanding of the brain…
Dr Katie Abouzahr outlines how precision targeting utilising the neonatal fragment crystallisable receptor pathway may provide accessible new treatments for autoantibody diseases.
Dr Blythe Sather at Tune Therapeutics reveals why epigenetic editing offers benefits above and beyond those of gene editing, potentially bridging the gaps to breakthroughs in the clinic.
The use of animal studies in drug development has become a growing ethical concern, particularly given the high failure rate of clinical trials, which can reach up to 90 percent. This article highlights non-animal models that could expedite the drug delivery process from bench to bedside.