This webinar described how the Simcyp pregnancy-PBPK model was used to predict systemic exposure during pregnancy for two probe medications: tacrolimus and oseltamivir.
D360 makes it easy for all project team members to access standard discovery project data views or perform exploratory analyses. This webinar focuses on utilizing D360 to get the most out of drug discovery data by utilizing simple query-building with integrated chemistry tools and analysis tools, dynamically linked data visualizations and easy to use annotations. […]
Speaker Lora Killian provides insight on how EMA Policy 0070 will affect your organization and how to facilitate compliance, addressing many critical transparency and disclosure issues.
During this presentation, Lora Killian, Synchrogenix Director of Transparency and Disclosure, discussed complications caused by the requirements outlined in the guidance document, EMA Policy 70, and proposed some solutions.
A New Model to Meet BioPharm Transparency Mandates and Engage Participants as Clinical Research Partners
Studies consistently show that 90% of clinical trial volunteers expect to be told the overall results of their trial. Unfortunately, most never hear anything back from the Sponsor or research center after the last study visit, leaving many volunteers wondering if their participation was valued or appreciated. Over the past five years, the nonprofit Center […]
Watch this webinar with Certara’s Dr. Nathan Teuscher to learn more about the amazing features and enhancements now available in Phoenix 7.0.
In this webinar, Dr. Adam Darwich, Certara Lecturer in Precision Dosing at the Manchester Pharmacy School at The University of Manchester, presented several case studies that illustrate how PBPK models have been used to predict drug-drug interactions, extrapolate to special populations, and optimize clinical study design.
Early Development and Translational/Quantitative Pharmacology Strategies in Pediatric Drug Development
This seminar described the application of early development strategies to enable development in children, in cases where limited adult data are available. Extensive use of translational science and quantitative modeling and simulation methods are key underpinnings to facilitate the successful execution of these programs.
During this presentation, Jean-Michel Cardot, professor and head of the Department of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology at the Auvergne University in France, discussed the tools available to formulation scientists performing dissolution testing and what regulatory guidelines must be considered when performing these tests.