Sitting around the Certara’s Raleigh office conference room, sketching out a pitch for a pharmacometrics contest at a national meeting, none of us were overly confident in its viability. Mark Lovern had been talking about the importance of communication skills for pharmacometricians. For them to influence critical drug development decisions, they should be able to […]Read More
Author: Julie Dumond
Julie Dumond is an assistant professor in the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Her primary research interest is the pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics of antiretrovirals. Her main interests are in the effects of aging and frailty on PK/PD in aging HIV patients and antiretroviral disposition in the genital tract. She chairs the Women’s Interagency HIV Study Pharmacology Working Group. Dumond teaches in the graduate-level pharmacokinetics sequence at the school.