Embase for drug analytics

Biomedical literature has a critical role in post-market surveillance and vigilance to ensure the safety and effectiveness of drugs and medical devices. In the meantime, data extracted from the literature is being more used in different stages of drug discovery and development to achieve different goals. Understanding the relationship between drug-disease, drug-drug, device-disease and device-device can provide important insights for drug development and re-positioning.

In this webinar, Quality Control Scientist Dr. Erin van Buel will discuss

  • Indexing principles and relationships identified with in-depth indexing in Embase
  • How to use advanced search filters and features to identify semantic relationships between drugs and diseases, such as drugs used to treat a disease, drug-drug combination, drug-drug interaction, etc.
  • How the semantic relationships identified with in-depth indexing can be used to inform drug development, re-positioning and safety

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Elsevier's Life Science Solutions,COVID-19 search strategies in PharmaPendium: Focus on DMPK and DDIs

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17 September 2020

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COVID-19 search strategies in PharmaPendium: Focus on drug safety and efficacy

Marnix Wieffer

10 September 2020

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Text mining as a solution:  Find disease-related genetic variation in literature

George Jiang

2 September 2020

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