This webinar provided insights that could be used immediately in your development programs and could improve your readiness for deal and investment engagements.
Watch this webinar to learn how to use simulation to anticipate risks and preview the range of possible trial results before millions of R&D dollars are spent exposing subjects to experimental therapies.
Watch this webinar with Nikunjkumar Patel, Shriram Pathak, and Rachel Rose to learn how the latest updates in the Simcyp Simulator v18 will help support developing safer, more effective medications.
Using Realistic Covariates with New Trial Simulator to Optimize Meropenem Dosing in Renally-impaired Children
Learn how to use trial simulation to anticipate risks and preview the range of expected results before millions in R&D dollars are spent, and subjects are exposed to experimental therapies.
Watch this webinar to learn why many major pharma organizations are investing in QSP for its potential to improve pharma R&D productivity.
Watch this webinar to learn how RSABE for NTIDs can be performed in Phoenix WinNonlin using a reusable template.
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.
Application of Tracer Kinetics in Drug Development: A Valuable but Underused Tool in Clinical Pharmacology
In this webinar, Pau Aceves, Associate Director of Consulting Services at Certara, presented case studies on how tracer kinetics were used to inform development of new drugs for lung, CNS, and liver diseases. By watching this webinar, you will learn how tracer kinetics can leveraged for PK, PD, and in silico modeling applications.
This webinar introduced how IVIVC can be used to get your drug program back on track! Learn how to analyze a failed BE study and use IVIVC to explore better dissolution tests, predict your target dissolution to meet the reference, and optimize your drug’s formulation.
In this webinar, Sebastian Polak, Nikunj Patel, and Mark Holbrook introduced the Cardiac Safety Simulator (CSS) platform and explained how they developed a QSTS model for citalopram to serve as a “virtual twin” and help predict the likely occurrence of cardiotoxic events in real patients under different clinical conditions.