On today’s episode, Mike Smith from Pfizer, Justin Wilkins from Occams, and Amy Cheung from AstraZeneca discuss “Thoughtflow”, a set of standards compiled by the DDMoRe consortium to help facilitate the capture, storage, and reporting of knowledge in the context of MID3, as well as to support reproducibility.
This episode features Dr. Iñaki F. Trocóniz discussing how pharmacometric techniques can be used to counteract immuno-response suppression by tumor cells. Read his commentary from the January 2017 issue here. Also, please find additional CPT:PSP articles related to this topic in the Immuno-oncology Virtual Issue, which is available here.
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This episode features Dr. Satyaprakash Nayak discussing application of advanced pharmacometrics and quantitative systems pharmacology in hematology. Read his article from the July 2016 issue here. Also, please find additional CPT:PSP articles related to hematology in the Hematology Virtual Issue, which is available here.
In this episode, Drs. Scott Marshall from Pfizer, Sandra Visser from Merck, and Amy Cheung from AstraZeneca discuss “Good Practices in Model-Informed Drug Discovery and Development: Practice, Application, and Documentation”: their White Paper published in the March 2016 issue of PSP. You can get free access the White Paper by clicking here.
In this episode, Peter Bonate from Astellas, discusses effective communication in systems pharmacology and pharmacometric models. You can read a review of Dr. Bonate’s book Be a Model Communicator and Sell Your Models to Anyone, reviewed by Ellen Leinfuss in the May 2015 issue, by clicking here.