Structural Genome Consortium
101 College St., Room 701, Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1L7
Cell biology, Functional genomics and systems biology, Neurodegeneration and neurodevelopment, Protein-protein, DNA-protein, and RNA-protein interactions, Proteomics and proteins, Rare diseases, Structural biology, Technology development
I am interested in applying open science and structural and chemical biology approaches to uncover functions for "lesser-studied" human proteins, particularly those that might be targets for new drugs. The commitment to open science in our discovery work is enabling us to develop a science and business framework that will allow us to develop new medicines in the open and without patents, so new medicines can be priced fairly and made available to all.
- Temerty Nexus Chair in Health Innovation
- Structural Genomics Consortium
Look for Dr. Edwards on Temerty Medicine Connect