Ryan Kyle joined Certara in 2017 as an Associate Scientist in Consulting Services and applies his knowledge and experience in non-compartmental and compartmental analysis to investigate dose‑response and population PK/PD relationships to support drug development for some of the world’s major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
Ryan has extensive professional IT experience in SAS and R programming, data management, record linkage, and systems infrastructure development across Windows, Linux, and OS X systems. Prior to joining Certara, he provided programming and data management expertise for a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-coordinated programmatic evaluation of TB diagnostics in Cambodia. While completing a Master of Public Health at Emory University, Ryan participated in longitudinal analyses of tuberculosis clinical trials data in the Division of TB Elimination at CDC. He also provided his expertise to the IIDDEAL project, a collaboration between CDC, Emory, and the Fulton County Jail, which aims to integrate prevention, screening, and management of HIV and other STDs for incarcerated individuals. Previously, he worked as an IT manager and system administrator at the University of Washington.
Ryan is currently a doctoral candidate in epidemiology at McGill University in Montreal. He enjoys spending time with his family, cooking, and travel.