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Genetics in Drug Development, December 2024

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Genetics in Drug Development, December 2024
Dates of Event
2nd December 2024 – 6th December 2024
Last Booking Date for this Event
27th November 2024


The majority of biologic and small molecule drugs perturb protein targets to exert their effects. With the recent explosion in the availability of large-scale genetic association data, it is increasingly feasible to identify genetic variants that proxy the effect of perturbing a protein drug target. Leveraging such genetic data thus offers an efficient and cost-effective approach for identifying drug targets and studying their effects.

This short course “Genetics in drug development” will provide theoretical and practical advice on using genetic data to:
1.    Identify drug targets
2.    Investigate the effects of drug target perturbation for different indications
3.    Explore potential adverse effects and repurposing potential for drug targets
4.    Identify biomarkers to explore drug efficacy in early stage clinical trials
5.    Identify population subgroups for which drug effects may vary
6.    Explore interactions between different drugs and exposures

University of Cambridge Students and Staff, whose department will be covering the participation cost, please contact Admin Team at [email protected] to arrange an internal crosscharge and obtain an access passcode to use this booking system. PO number and Access Passcode is required during the booking process.

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1. External Standard Registration£350.00

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