To develop a data model that integrates and maps information on the relation between specific genes and specific physiology, or specific compounds and specific effects, between non-mammalian and mammalian model organisms, all with a focus on humans.

 

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Data, data, data: How improving in vivo data management is good for the 3Rs

The second blog post in our series ‘Data, data, data’* is by Owen Jones from AstraZeneca. Owen describes their work on the PreDICT project to impr...
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    Dr Jonathan Gabriel

    Jonathan is the science lead for our early career awards, including Studentships and Fellowships. He is a member of the Research Management and Policy Group.

    Qualifications

    PhD, Molecular Neuroscience
    St George’s, University of London, 2006 - 2009
    The Mechanisms of αCaMKII Synaptic Targeting in Long-Term Potentiation and Ischemia

    BSc, Biochemistry
    University of Bristol 2003 - 2006

    Applying bioprinting approaches to improve drug and chemical product development

    A report in Biofabrication authored by scientists from the Universities of Manchester and Strathclyde, AstraZeneca, Syngenta, Unilever and the NC...

    NC3Rs in Seattle

    Members of the NC3Rs team will be presenting their work at the tenth World Congress on Alternatives from the 20 to 24 August in Seattle. In addition t...

    £2.7m awarded to nine new project grants

    The latest project grant funding from the NC3Rs includes two awards focusing on applying the 3Rs to poultry research. The first award to Dr Andrew Bro...

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