Co-developing Model-informed Precision Dosing companion tools accelerates generating the evidence needed to broadly implement MIPD in the clinic.
Modeling and simulation can help veterinarians provide better care for animals and guide research study design thereby maximizing the knowledge gained from research studies whilst minimizing the number of animals used. In this webinar, we looked at how PBPK modeling can be used to predict the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drugs in humans and other animal species.
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. […]
Modeling and simulation (M&S) of complex systems has primarily advanced vertically in differing scientific domains with a variety of domain-specific approaches and applications. The pharmacology to payer (P2P) concept is a way to connect independent domains to address drug development market failures. As an initial proof of concept, we collaborated with a team of clinical pharmacologists, […]
In this webinar, Dr. Tom Polasek, a clinical pharmacologist at Certara Strategic Consulting, explained how he used the Simcyp Simulator to predict olanzapine exposure in individual patients. By watching this webinar you will learn how PBPK modeling and simulation technology can be re-purposed to support model-informed precision dosing.
Cost-utility Analysis of Antiviral Use Under Pandemic Influenza Using a Novel Approach—Linking Pharmacology, Epidemiology and Heath Economics
Pharmacology to the payer (P2P) is an innovative approach to create a framework for dialogue between drug sponsors, regulators, and payers. The core structure is the sequential linking of quantitative mathematical models—pharmacology, pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics (PK/PD), disease progression, epidemiology, health utilization, and health economics. In this blog post, we discuss how working with an amazing team of […]
In JRR Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, the power of the one ring forged by the evil sorcerer, Sauron, is used to control all of the disaggregated, independent kingdoms of Middle Earth. Similarly, but without the malice, the “pharmacology to the payer” (P2P) quantitative framework can be viewed as a way to unite and connect […]