Short Courses

Pharmacology in Drug Discovery and Development: New Lives for Receptors as Drug Targets Through Allostery and Biased Signaling

Sunday, February 4
8:00 AM - 3:15 PM
Location: 14B

This course discusses new ideas about efficacy (efficacy fingerprints, biased signaling) and allosteric receptor function to improve definition and quantification of GPCR drug activity, better target drug activity (i.e. pathway vs target validation) and predict therapeutic activity profiles. Specifically, methods to guide SAR for biased signaling and allosteric ligand activity will be featured.

Additional fees apply. Visit http://www.slas2018.org/program/short-course-program/ for more information.

Terry Kenakin

Professor
UNC School of Medicine

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