July, 2024
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A few papers to read about Precision oncology and use of AI suggested by Vivek Subbiah
Jul 3, 2024, 23:31

A few papers to read about Precision oncology and use of AI suggested by Vivek Subbiah

We are presenting articles suggested by Vivek Subbiah:

“1. In advanced prostate cancer, deep learning can potentially improve prognostication and assist in clinical decision making.

Furthermore, LLMs are poised to revolutionize information summarization and extraction, clinical trial design and operations, drug development, evidence synthesis, and clinical practice guidelines.

Synergistic integration of multimodal data integration and human-AI integration are emerging as a key strategy to unlock the full potential of AI in prostate cancer care.”/article/

2. Targeting protein degradation with Proteolysis-Targeting Chimeras (PROTACs) is an area of great current interest in drug discovery..

Here, they describe a strategy for selective protein degradation in a specific cell type./article/

3. Amivantamab–lazertinib showed superior efficacy to osimertinib as first-line treatment in EGFR-mutated advanced NSCLC./article/

They report the design and synthesis of a trastuzumab-PROTAC conjugate (Ab-PROTAC 3) in which E3 ligase-directed degrader activity is caged with an antibody linker which can be hydrolyzed following antibody–PROTAC internalization.

Vivek Subbiah is the Chief of Early-Phase Drug Development at the Sarah Cannon Research Institute (USA).

He is the former Executive Director of Oncology Research at the MD Anderson Cancer Network and a former Associate Professor in the Department of Investigational Cancer Therapeutics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Dr. Vivek Subbiah has served as the principal investigator in over 100 phase I/II trials and co-investigator in over 200 clinical trials and is known for his leadership in several first-in-human and practice-changing studies that directly led to approvals from the FDA, European Medicines Agency, and other agencies across the world.