Anticipate risks and preview the range of expected results before millions in R&D dollars are spent and human subjects are exposed to experimental therapies.
Month: September 2018
Harnessing the wealth of publically available clinical trial outcomes data to enable meta-data analysis and knowledge management.
PRINCETON, NJ – Sept. 26, 2018 – Certara announced today the launch of its BaseCase Portal cloud-based platform, that allows for the rapid creation of fully-customizable mobile apps that connect live to mathematical models and algorithms, and help HCPs optimize treatment for individual patients.
Watch this webinar to learn how RSABE for NTIDs can be performed in Phoenix WinNonlin using a reusable template.
As drug development has become more complex, with a higher risk of failure, greater uncertainty, and increased expense, the need for a quantitative and regulatory science-based strategy becomes clear. The first step in that performing that strategic assessment is a gap analysis and roadmap. Over the last couple of months, I’ve written a series of blog … Continued
PRINCETON, NJ – Sept. 13, 2018 – Certara announced today that it has acquired Pirana, a widely used product for connecting and organizing pharmacometric modeling results as well as providing interfaces to a range of software tools used in pharmacometrics modeling.
The minimum and optimal recommended hardware requirements are shown in this document. Optimal hardware requirements are recommended for ideal application performance with
large datasets and projects.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) is a life-threatening, sex-linked, pediatric rare disease, primarily affecting boys. It is characterized by progressive muscle degeneration, weakness, and eventually functional loss. DMD is caused by a mutation in the dystrophin gene, a protein needed to maintain muscle integrity, and for improving signaling and growth in differentiation of the muscle tissue. … Continued
This webinar focused on the impact of RI on substrates of organic cation transporter 2 (OCT2), one of the major renal transporters which has been shown to be affected—both in activity and expression—in RI in pre-clinical species and in vitro systems.