Drug Discovery 2022: driving the next life science revolution

Dr John Bassett

Dr John Bassett
Dr John Bassett
Senior Scientist
MSD
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John Bassett is a Senior Scientist within the High Content Imaging group of Quantitative Biosciences at MSD in Boston, USA. John trained as a pharmacist before receiving his PhD at The University of Queensland, Australia. Here he applied high content imaging to investigate dynamic calcium signaling alterations in breast cancer cells. He completed his postdoctoral training at MSD where he advanced an in vitro profiling model for the prediction of drug-induced clinical cardiac adverse effects. In his current role within Quantitative Biosciences, he supports early drug discovery efforts for multiple disease areas using high content imaging approaches.

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