Drug Discovery at the Institute is made up of many scientists working together as a team to design, test and develop molecules that will eventually become drugs for psychiatric diseases.
Drug discovery & development: translational medicine
From compound design and creation by medicinal chemistry to testing candidates for therapeutic effect in assay development and pharmacokinetics, drug discovery is a true meld of chemistry and biology. In this arena, we have both disciplines working together towards a common goal: translational medicine.
Read more about our research in medicinal chemistry, in vivo pharmacology and assay development below.
Working to improve current therapies and develop new treatments for patients with schizophrenia and related brain disorders.
LIBD Speaker Series: Shawn Je, Ph.D.
Synapse, Circuit, and Brain Disorders. Shawn Je, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Program in Neuroscience and Behavioral Disorders Duke-NUS Medical School When: July 28 10:00am-11:00am Where: The Lieber Institute for Brain Development Rangos Building Main Conf. Room Suite 300 855 N. Wolfe […]