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Affiliations 1. Genentech Inc.

IDRB: Innovative Drug Research and Bioinformatics Group

No matching affiliation detected. Find all citations in this journal default. Or filter your current search. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing [01 Jan , ]. Type: Journal Article. Abstract As the impact of genetics, genomics, and bioinformatics on drug discovery has been increasingly recognized, this session of the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing PSB aims to facilitate scientific discussions between academia and pharmaceutical industry on how to best apply genetics, genomics and bioinformatics to enable drug discovery.

The selected papers focus on developing and applying computational approaches to understand drug mechanisms of action and develop drug combination strategies, to enable in silico drug screening, and to further delineate disease pathways for target identification and validation.

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How does Europe PMC derive its citations network? Protein Interactions. Professor, College of Computing. Mark Borodovsky.


Sam Brown. Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences. Leonid Bunimovich. Regents' Professor of Mathematics, School of Mathematics. Umit Catalyurek. Professor, School of Computational Sciences and Engineering. Lily Cheung. Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Computational Biology & Drug Design (CBDD)

Areas of Specialization: Gene regulatory networks, plant development, and Systems Biology. Brandon Dixon. Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering. Yuhong Fan. Facundo Fernandez.

Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine Research

Professor, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Areas of Specialization: Precision medicine, regenerative medicine, metabolomics, machine learning, mass spectrometry, phenotyping, multi-omics, mass spectrometry imaging. Gregory Gibson. Professor, School of Biological Sciences. Michael Goodisman. Concettina Guerra. Professor, School of Interactive Computing. Brian Hammer. Christine Heitsch. Associate Professor, School of Mathematics. Nicholas Hud. Charles Isbell. King Jordan. Director of Bioinformatics Graduate Program.

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Melissa Kemp. Associate Professor, Wallace H. Coulter Dept.

Jennifer Listgarten: "CRISPR Gene Editing with Machine Learning"

Kostas Konstantinidis. Carlton S. Joel Kostka. Joseph Lachance. Assistant Professor, School of Biological Sciences. Raquel Lieberman.