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Author: Ben Small

Ben Small joined Certara in May 2013. His interests are in integrating the systems biology agenda with the fields of systems pharmacology and pharmacometrics and vice versa. He moved into the Quantitative Systems Pharmacology group in June 2016. He was awarded an EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship after completing his Systems Biology Ph.D. on the chemical and computational biology of inflammation at the University of Manchester in 2012. He has over 10 years’ experience obtained between two blue-chip pharmaceutical companies in assay (laboratory) and application (computational) - based science for drug discovery (discovery, safety) and development (clinical PK/PD) phases.

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Prediction of Liver Volume - One Size Doesn’t Fit All!

Prediction of Liver Volume; One Size Doesn’t Fit All!

When your physician writes you a prescription, they do so knowing that the dose prescribed will (on average) be safe and beneficial to you, but that it is likely certainly not optimal for you as an individual (as has been the topic of a previous blog post). The balance between absorption, distribution and elimination of […]

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