This lecture will discuss the basic pharmacology of Parkinson’s disease and dystonia, target identification and validation with novel GPCR ligands. Specifically, Craig Lindsley will discuss the development of mGlu4 PAMs as a pharmacological mimetic of deep bran stimulation and the optimization of a clinical candidate that is now in Phase I MAD studies. He will
Join the Saturday Science team at the UW Family Gardening Day! Find us outside at Allen Centennial Garden. Discover how big data is used to study Fast Plants Learn about the different kinds of bacteria in soil See how technology is used to grow plants Explore other Family Gardening Day activities And more!