Our objectives reflect a comprehensive approach to medical research and disease management. By delving into the molecular and physiological mechanisms involved in disease and infection control, we can better understand how to specifically target the underlying causes of these conditions. This knowledge can then be applied to identify genes or genetic expressions that could be useful in managing a range of therapies and conditions, including antiviral, anticancer, post-transplant, and psychiatric therapies. Genotyping allows us to identify patient subsets that could benefit from these therapies, which can be particularly useful in designing clinical trials or drug rescue programs. Additionally, by evaluating new and improved drug and drug target options, we can develop more effective treatments and bring innovative therapies to market.
The use of stem cell technology is another area of focus, particularly in implementing cell therapy procedures for patients suffering from malignant disorders, hepatic failure, and inborn congenital disorders. By harnessing stem cells’ regenerative potential, we can improve patient outcomes and provide more effective treatment options.
Overall, our objectives reflect a commitment to advancing medical research and improving patient care. By taking a multifaceted approach to disease management, we can make significant strides in developing new biomarkers for diagnosis and progression, new therapies, and improving existing treatments.