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Author: Tom Snowden

Tom Snowden received his PhD in applied mathematics and quantitative systems pharmacology from the University of Reading in 2015. He was then awarded and completed an EPSRC doctoral prize fellowship at the university, continuing his research at the interface of mathematics and pharmacology. In October 2016, Tom joined Certara QSP as a research scientist working on a range of QSP consultancy projects.

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Using Model Reduction to Bridge the QSP-Pharmacometrics Divide

Quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) models are generally too large to be validated or fit in a traditional sense and they can become intractable to standard methods of analysis or even to the modeler’s own intuition. Model reduction can alleviate these issues of complexity by eliminating portions of a system that have minimal effect upon the […]

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