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CDDS researchers work across a wide range of diseases, from infection and inflammation to oncology, cardiovascular disease and neurodegeneration.
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The CDDS brings together expertise in new screening technologies, target deconvolution, ultrasensitive biomarker analysis, microfluidic devices, and more.
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We are developing small molecule, peptide, biological and cell-based modalities across a wide range of target classes and novel modes of action.
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