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Addressing Irreproducibility Presentations: Fostering research reproducibility: A Nature journal perspective

Terry Sheppard was a presenter at the ADDC/AGM Symposium Addressing Irreproducibility in Target Validation.Terry was addressing the roles of journals in this ongoing issue.

Terry L. Sheppard has served as the Chief Editor of Nature Chemical Biology...

Nature Chemical Biology, Nature Publishing Group

Presenter: Terry Sheppard

Addressing Irreproducibility Presentations: The role of RNAi in early target validation

Caroline Shamu was a presenter at the ADDC/AGM Symposium Addressing Irreproducibility in Target Validation.Stephen was addressing the academic and industrial drug discovery experience and solutions in this ongoing issue.

Caroline Shamu is the Director...

ICCB-Longwood Screening Facility

Harvard Medical School

Presenter: Caroline Shamu, Ph.D.

Addressing Irreproducibility Presentations: Trust but Verify: Flagging and curating chemical and biological errors in bioactivity databases

Denis Fourches was a presenter at the ADDC/AGM Symposium Addressing Irreproducibility in Target Validation. Denis was addressing the Academic and Industrial Drug Discovery Experience and Solutions in this ongoing issue.

Denis Fourches is a Research...

Laboratory for Molecular Modeling

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Presenter: Denis Fourches

Addressing Irreproducibility Presentations: Welcome and Outline of the Day

 Barbara Slusher and Sitta Sittampalam were the opening presenters at the ADDC/AGM Symposium Addressing Irreproducibility in Target Validation. They offered background on both the ADDC and the Assay Guidance Manual as well as meeting objectives...

Academic Drug Discovery Consortium/ Assay Guidace Manual

Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute/ NCATS

Presenter: Barbara Slusher & G. Sitta Sittampalam

Alternative Approaches To Lead Generation

Historically, drug discovery was chiefly an empirical enterprise, with the shift to a more hypothesis-driven approach occurring in the 20th century. Whereas originally drug discovery was focused primarily on identifying therapeutically useful agents...

University of Kansas Medical Center

Presenter: S.J. Enna, Ph.D.

Assay Guidance Manual

The collection of chapters in this eBook is written to provide guidance to investigators who are interested in developing assays useful for the evaluation of collections of molecules to identify probes that modulate the activity of biological...

collaboration among group of editors and writers


Presenter: Sittampalam GS, Gal-Edd N, Arkin M, Auld D, Austin C, Bejcek B, Glicksman M, Inglese J, Lemmon V, Li Z, McGee J, McManus O, Minor L, Napper A, Riss T, Trask OJ , Weidner J, editors.

Big data in drug safety

Safety and efficacy information on drugs shall be communicated to all stakeholders, including physicians, patients, insurers and investors, in a format that allows objective assessment of real value of the intervention compared to other treatments....


Presenter: Veronika Valdova

Biopharmaceutical Development and QA/QC

This collection of biopharmaceutical applications will help you find the right solution for your analytical needs.

Agilent Technologies

Presenter: Agilent Technologies

Can we Treat MS?

Current therapies for MS, an autoimmune neuroinflammatory disease, target the immune part of the disease but current drug discovery efforts focus on treating and even reversing progressive disease. Check out the recent discussion on new research and...

Charles River

Presenter: Antti Nurmi, PhD, Director of Science

Case Study: The Discovery of Telaprevir (VX-950, Incivek) for the treatment of Hepatitis C

This Case study shows the drug discovery process of Telaprevir for Hepatitis. IT discusses the background of Hepatitis, and the basic information on Hepatitis C, Preclinical studies, Clinical studies, critical findings, timeline to approval and the...

Brain Science Institute NeuroTranslational Drug Discovery Program

Johns Hopkins University

Presenter: Dana Ferraris, Ph.D., M.B.A.