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Prof. Andrew Hopkins (U. Dundee, formerly Pfizer Ltd) is the author of “The Druggable Genome” [Nat Rev Drug Discov. 2002 Sep; 1 (9):727-30]. His research involves integrating chemical and biological knowledge to identify new targets or other new opportunities for medicines. His work has involved the design and construction of informatics systems, including a hypothesis-generation system based on text-mining and ontologies and a large-scale chemogenomics integrated knowledge-base.

This talk is part of the Druggability and the Genome (EBI, Hinxton, 4th February 2008) series.

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