Exploiting disease genomics to catalyse new medicines
St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
Manor Road, OX1 3UJ Oxford
london, United Kingdom
https://www.thesgc.org/tep-symposium-2018
Exploiting disease genomics to catalyse new medicines
Structural Genomics Consortium
https://www.thesgc.org/tep-symposium-2018
St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
Manor Road, OX1 3UJ Oxford
london
United Kingdom

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, June 14, 2018
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:00:00 Registration
08:30:00 Welcome/Opening remarks Gavin Screaton
08:45:00 Introduction to the meeting Opher Gileadi
09:00:00 Learning from Indiana Jones: Choose wisely in selecting targets and chemical probes Paul Workman
09:30:00 Using genomics to inform target selection Jenny Taylor
09:55:00 Selecting targets using Open Targets data
10:20:00 Coffee and posters
11:00:00 Understanding the causes and consequences of obesity Stephen O'Rahilly
11:30:00 New target discovery and qualification using genome-scale data David J. Collier
11:55:00 Targeting aminoadipate-semialdehyde synthase (AASS) for pyridoxine-dependent epilepsy (PDE)
12:20:00 A TEP for DPAGT1: from protein glycosylation diseases to antibiotic design Liz Carpenter
12:45:00 Lunch and posters
13:40:00 Lunchtime workshop
14:00:00 Targeting DNA repair pathways for cancer therapeutics : From structures to TEPs and beyond Joseph Newman
14:25:00 Chemoproteomics as a tool in drug discovery Jennifer Ward
14:50:00 Proteogenomic characterization of CDK12 functions using a novel inhibitor Gregg Morin
15:15:00 Neuropsychiatry - can we do better Simon Ward
15:40:00 Coffee and posters
16:20:00 How can the biomedical community in the UK exploit TEPs?
16:45:00 We should all be I'MPATIENT - Open Science to accelerate discoveries with patient and disease foundations Wen Hwa Lee
17:00:00 Building partnerships to target a rare paediatric glioma
17:15:00 No substitute for activity
17:40:00 Closing remarks
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