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Patricia Morgan

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About the author:

Patricia has extensive experience in the life sciences industry, with broad experience in products and services in the Molecular Diagnostic, Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical segments. Her roles have involved defining product specifications and marketing programs for emerging technologies such as toxicogenomics and pathway analysis tools that enable researchers to gain molecular insights into diseases and protein interactions. She holds an MBA from Loyola College in Maryland and a BA in Microbiology from University of Maryland College Park.

Posts by Patricia Morgan

The Latest in Bioinformatics Solutions

Posted on December 5th, 2016 in Pharma R&D

Next generation sequencing and other innovative developments in biological research are helping scientists understand disease and drug activity at a level never before thought possible. Continue reading “The Latest in Bioinformatics Solutions” »

Why you need the Right Drug Trial Participants: GERD

Posted on October 24th, 2016 in Pharma R&D

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is best conceptualized as a complex constellation of related syndromes rather than a single disease entity. People tend to lump the various symptoms of GERD together, when in fact the various facets of GERD, such as esophagitis, symptomatic regurgitation, and reflex cough, represent variegate pathology. Continue reading “Why you need the Right Drug Trial Participants: GERD” »

Reaching Out to Potential Drug Trial Participants

Posted on August 15th, 2016 in Pharma R&D

Product testing is a necessary step in almost any industry, but in the pharmaceutical world, testing the safety and efficacy of drugs isn’t just a matter of getting a few people to ‘try it out’ – it’s a massive, tightly-regulated effort requiring extensive drug trials that include hundreds or thousands of participants. Continue reading “Reaching Out to Potential Drug Trial Participants” »

Where and How to Find Co-Occurrences in Disease Biology Research

Posted on July 29th, 2016 in Chemistry

In research, a co-occurrence refers to two linked concepts appearing within one sentence. In disease biology, a good example would be a sentence with facts that link a protein to a disease, biological functions or other proteins. Continue reading “Where and How to Find Co-Occurrences in Disease Biology Research” »

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