Author: María José Falaguera; Title: Systems pharmacology network


​Thesis defense of María José Falaguera on Tuesday 26th of April at 12pm

Next Tuesday 26th of April at 12pm, María José Falaguera, member of the the Systems Pharmacology Group of GRIB will read her thesis: "Illuminating the chemical space of therapeutical relevance: from pharmaceutical patents to untargeted proteins". It will take place in room 61.206 of the UPF Campus Mar building (2nd floor). You are invited to attend this event.


Systems pharmacology is the discipline that studies the so-called 'pharmacological space' with a holistic and network-based perspective. Its​ challenge is to shed light on the astonishingly sophisticated biological processes that characterize living cells, and the effect that exogenous​ chemical entities with therapeutic purposes have when entering them. From this perspective, a series of novel computationally-developed​ methodologies are presented in this Thesis. They aim from the exploration of the pharmacologically-relevant chemical space claimed in patents, to the unveiling of pharmacological opportunities to drug yet untargeted proteins.

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