University of Dundee – The National Phenotypic Screening Centre

The National Phenotypic Screening Centre (NPSC) is a new drug discovery venture funded by the Scottish Universities Life Science Alliance (SULSA) based in Dundee and Oxford and working closely with Edinburgh University.  Its focus is applying advanced phenotypic approaches to drug discovery for complex human diseases in order to rebalance the current emphasis on target-based screening.


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Principal Disease Indication(s)

All diseases: human > non-human


Platform(s)

Small molecules, 3D, tissue, patient cells, iPS, genome engineering


Technology(ies):

HCI, MPA, label-free, HT flow


Funding sources:

UK government, charities, industry


Personnel:

25 (estimated)


Number of Screens / year (any size):

10-15


Medicinal Chemistry Follow-up:

Yes


Contact Details

Paul Andrews BSc PhD FSB

Director of Operations

Phone: +44 (0)1382 386594
www.uknpsc.org

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Address: Dow Street, Dundee, Dundee City DD1 5EH, UK
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