PBPK Modeling & Simulation

100 Articles That Will Help You Understand PBPK Modeling & Simulation

Suzanne Minton

As a company with a strong academic foundation, our scientists actively publish the results of their research in the form of conference abstracts and peer-reviewed papers. We’re proud to announce that our PBPK modeling and simulation group has hit a milestone of having published more than 100 papers since 2007. In this blog post, I’ll discuss […]

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Topics: PBPK Modeling & Simulation

How to Revamp Your Approach to Conventional IVIVC Models

Nikunjkumar Patel

An IVIVC (in vitro-in vivo correlation) is a predictive mathematical model describing the relationship between the in vitro properties of a dosage form and the in vivo responses. Drug developers frequently find IVIVCs useful for a number of reasons: They can use dissolution tests as a surrogate for human bioequivalence (BE) studies. They can support […]

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Topics: PBPK Modeling & Simulation

What NASA’s New Horizons has in Common with Regulatory Writing

Michael Blaze

Today, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will pass by Pluto in the outer solar system after a journey of more than 7.8 million miles (12.5 million kilometers). That is, if everything goes well. After a 6-year journey and a cost of $728 million dollars, mission managers are hoping to avoid a mission ending error caused by […]

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Topics: Regulatory & Medical Writing

Pediatric Clinical Trials and Tribulations

Ellen Leinfuss

Last month, Certara sponsored the 11th Pediatric Clinical Trials conference in Philadelphia. First, I have to say that the content of this conference was among the best I have ever heard. Each speaker added to the dialogue, and the group was able to share and collaborate on how to make meaningful improvements to the field […]

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Topics: Regulatory & Medical Writing

What You Need to Know about the Precision Medicine Initiative

Suzanne Minton

Last month, I was fortunate to be able to represent Certara at the BIO International Conference in Philadelphia, PA. One of the most exciting sessions that I attended was the Personalized Medicine Plenary with Dr. Francis Collins, the director of the NIH. He discussed how the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) will revolutionize the approach to […]

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Topics: Clinical Transparency & Disclosure
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