Discovering and designing novel drugs to improve health outcomes.
Through a cross-disciplinary approach, the UH Drug Discovery Institute will integrate new technologies, such as AI, to streamline and modernize the drug-discovery process.
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May 18 12:00 pm
Examples of Collaborative Science: Chemistry and Some Biology
This lecture is part of the UH Drug Discovery Institute Research Forum.
The University of Houston has far-reaching research across disciplines that focuses on a variety of impact areas, such as cancer, infectious diseases, autoimmune disorders, heart disease, neurological disorders, mental health, substance abuse, women’s health and more. Nearly 100 faculty university-wide are working on drug discovery-related research.
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