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Xuanyan Xu

Xuanyan Xu

Sr. Marketing Manager, Life Sciences Audience at Elsevier

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About the author: Seeing academic discoveries translated into life-changing applications is exciting--and, even more so, being a part of it. As a senior marketing manager for Life Sciences Audience, I bring a strong understanding of pharmaceutical industry needs, advancing technologies and customer insights to drive the product go-to-market strategy, planning and execution. Everything I write about here is geared towards issues that I deeply care about: open innovation, emerging approaches in data science and the evolving regulatory framework. Feel free to reach out to me about these topics. It is my desire to deliver my understanding and knowledge back to our communities.

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Global networks form to take on the problem of drug-induced liver injury (DILI)

Posted on May 20th, 2020 in Pharma R&D

Drug-induced liver injury (DILI), which is one of the top causes of liver failure in the United States [1], is an adverse reaction that can be caused by a significant number of medications. DILI can be fatal and is not only a major concern post-market, but also during drug development as it is the top safety-related reason for late-stage clinical trial failure.

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Bio-IT World Conference 2020 presentation: A Network Polypharmacology Approach to Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma

Posted on March 5th, 2020 in Pharma R&D

The Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, taking place in Boston from April 21-23, is an annual event that brings together thousands of great minds to highlight technologies and analytic approaches to solving problems, accelerating science and driving the future of precision medicine.

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3 issues global pharmas should consider as the coronavirus outbreak continues

Posted on February 26th, 2020 in COVID-19

It has been more than four weeks since the Wuhan lockdown on January 23. As the crisis unfolded, spring festival national holidays were extended (and extended again), and finally people are now gradually going back to work—though some cities, towns and villages are still taking strict measures to prevent the virus spreading further.

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Life science community shares research to combat coronavirus

Posted on February 13th, 2020 in COVID-19

After weeks of rising concern about the rapid spread of the coronavirus in China’s Wuhan province, on January 31 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it a global health emergency. But the story of the coronavirus outbreak is about more than a health scare – it is a terribly sad human tragedy. Already (as of this writing) over 40,000 people have been infected and over 1,000 have died since the outbreak began in December, and it is children and the elderly who have suffered most.

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