February in a leap year offers you more time to catch up with IDG news.  So keep on reading and find out about IDG's presence at Experimental Biology meeting;  Registration for IDG Outreach meeting at UNC, Chapel Hill; Recent IDG publications.

IDG members at Experimental Biology 2020

Early April offers possibilities of learning more about IDG program at the Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego, CA. 
-Visit IDG Booth hosted by NIH office of Strategic Coordination (booth #634)
-Attend the 'Axelrod Symposium: Protein Kinases in Tune' scheduled for Sunday, April 5th with speakers from two IDG R03 awardees; Dr. Alexandra Newton and Dr. Susan Taylor.  See this link for more information.

For more information and registration to EB, please visit this link

Registration for IDG Outreach meeting
at UNC, Chapel Hill

Looking for some networking opportunities with IDG members? Then register for the IDG Outreach meeting at UNC.  A free, all-day symposium is organized for May 5th with speakers from across different IDG groups, UNC and Duke University, who will share advancements in their studies of the three IDG target families and informatics. 
In addition, on the evening of May 4th a plenary talk entitled “Protein Kinase C Unbalanced: Loss-of-Function vs Gain-of-Function in Disease” will be given by Dr. Alexandra Newton from University of California, San Diego. Registration deadline for this meeting is April 3rd.

For more information, please visit this link
For registration via Eventbrite, please visit this link

Recent IDG publications

New IDG Target Watch in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery:
GPR84: an immune response dial? - doi: 10.1038/d41573-020-00029-9

Information on the new version of Pharos in Current Protocols in Bioinformatics:
How to Illuminate the Druggable Genome Using Pharos -

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