Experts will describe how we derive relevant insights from the vast amount of publicly available information to provide clients with a focused assessment of key risks, tailored for each individual project.
TORONTO, Ontario (PRWEB) September 22, 2020
At least 50 percent of drug safety failures are attributable to target-related effects. So, it makes sense to understand potential safety liabilities associated with a target early in projects, in order to anticipate and manage those issues before they arise.
A target safety assessment (TSA) brings together public domain information (target homology, gene and protein expression profiles, transgenic and mutation phenotype data, competitor compounds) into a report that identifies and categorizes key risks by organ/tissue and by physiological functions. This systematic categorization is used as the basis of a risk mitigation plan with ranking of risks and potential next steps, presented as a Word document with embedded PowerPoint.
Join this educational webinar to learn how target safety assessments (TSAs) are used to determine the potential consequences of modulating a target and provide options on how to assess those risks. Experts will describe how we derive relevant insights from the vast amount of publicly available information to provide clients with a focused assessment of key risks, tailored for each individual project.
Join Professor Ruth Roberts, Director and Co-founder, ApconiX Ltd, Dr. Claire Sadler, Project Toxicologist, ApconiX and Dr. Leigh Ann Burns Nass, President/Owner, Magnolia Toxicology Consulting, LLC in a live webinar on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 11am EDT (4pm BST/UK).
For more information or to register for this event, visit Improve Drug Project Success by Understanding Drug Target Safety.
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