Optimizing the Timing of Maternal Influenza Vaccination

Infants face a gap in protection against influenza between birth and the time of vaccination. Thus, maternal immunization is the only way to prevent flu infection in pregnant women and newborns. Our current understanding of the optimal timing of vaccination is rudimentary. Watch this webinar with Dr. Michael Dodds to learn how modeling and simulation (M&S) offers an alternate approach to dedicated clinical studies to determine the best time to vaccine pregnant women against influenza.

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Clinical Trial Simulation to Inform Phase 2: Comparison of Concentrated vs. Distributed First-in-patient Study Designs in Psoriasis

Clinical trial simulation (CTS) and model-based meta-analysis (MBMA) can increase our understanding of small, first-in-patient (FIP) trial design performance to inform Phase 2 decision making. In this work, we compared dose-ranging designs vs. designs testing only placebo and the maximum dose for early decision making in psoriasis. Based on MBMA of monoclonal antibodies in the […]

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