Coupling AI and network biology: Generating insights for disease understanding and target identification

Alexander Ivliev, PhD
Director, Bioinformatics
Cheng Fang, PhD
Scientific Consultant

Since the time of the genomic revolution, networks have been key to understanding biology in health and disease. However, building networks and reconstructing disease pathways have always been a time-consuming and challenging processes. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been applied to nearly all aspects of drug development, including network construction and target identification.

By applying AI to these workflows, researchers can not only quickly and efficiently process the mountains of data generated from experimental analysis but also support confident, data-driven go/no-go decisions for greater success down the drug development pipeline. In this webinar, we discuss how companies can accelerate preclinical development, save time and money and speed time to market through AI.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn:

  • How the emerging field of network-based AI transforms disease understanding and target identification
  • Practical applications of AI in target identification and their success to date
  • How network approaches help identify targets and advance our understanding of the microbiome