Ready, Set, Model! Take PK/PD Analysis to New Heights with Phoenix 8.0

Maria Saluta

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the Commissioner of Food and Drugs, has outlined the steps the US FDA will take to implement the 21st Century Cures Act. In outlining the plan, the Commissioner endorses modeling and simulation approaches to increase the efficiency of drug development. Certara has launched Phoenix® 8.0, the latest version of the innovative PK/PD […]

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Topics: PK/PD Modeling & Simulation

Modeling & Simulation Take a Prominent Role in FDA’s Newly Published DDI Guidances

Ellen Leinfuss

On October 25, 2017, the FDA published two new guidance documents on drug-drug interactions (DDI). These guidance documents replace the February 2012 guidance, “Drug Interaction Studies—Study Design, Data Analysis, Implications for Dosing, and Labeling Recommendations.” According to the FDA, these new guidances reflect the agency’s current thinking and greater learnings on DDI and provides a […]

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Topics: PBPK Modeling & Simulation

FDA Reauthorization Act (FDARA) Affirms Commitment to Innovative MIDD Strategies

Ellen Leinfuss

Quietly, without any political rancor, the FDA Reauthorization Act of 2017 (FDARA) was passed by the US Congress and was signed into law by President Trump in late August. The FDARA reauthorizes the Prescription Drug User Act Fee Amendments (PDUFA) for the fifth time, the Medical Device User Act Fee Amendments (MDUFA) for the third […]

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Topics: PBPK Modeling & Simulation, PK/PD Modeling & Simulation, Systems Pharmacology

Speaking into the Ether: Challenges of the Virtual Pharma Workplace

P Bonate, S Tannenbaum

In today’s global pharma working environment, virtual interactions are sometimes more common than live exchanges. Many people work virtually through teleconferences, video conferences, instant messaging, phone calls, and emails. Through flexible schedules and working remotely, some people spend the majority of their day without seeing or hearing their colleagues. Honing your skills Pharmacometricians are like […]

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Topics: PK/PD Modeling & Simulation

Best Practices for Writing Clinical Study Protocols

Kelley Kendle

The pharmaceutical industry has long grappled with the problem of poorly written clinical study protocols. The study protocol describes the conduct of a study, its objectives, methodology, design, and statistical considerations and ensures the safety of participants and integrity of data collected. The teams generally responsible for protocol writing are the medical writing and regulatory […]

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Topics: Clinical Transparency & Disclosure, Regulatory & Medical Writing

Feedback from the Phoenix Community: Our Visits with the FDA

Nathan Teuscher

We recently completed a week-long set of meetings with the FDA, where we met with over 300 FDA reviewers from 7 of the 11 FDA centers that use Phoenix. Here are a few topics that took center-stage during our visits: Q: How can we create Phoenix workflow templates that are reusable across different studies with […]

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Topics: PK/PD Modeling & Simulation

Mind the Gap: Best Practices in Clinical Pharmacology Gap Analysis

Julie Bullock

Do you get anxious about taking tests? Many people do because they want to show their best efforts. Submitting your New Drug Application (NDA) to the FDA can be thought of as the ultimate test of a drug program. Are you confident that you’ll have robust answers to the 40 different questions that the agency […]

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Topics: Clinical Pharmacology Strategy

How AI Tech Is Changing Regulatory Writing

Nirpal Virdee

Did you know that you’re likely using artificial intelligence (AI) in your everyday life? For example, the digital music service, Spotify, creates “mood-based” playlists that are curated to users’ musical preferences. Spotify generates these customized play lists using a machine learning algorithm that has learned your unique musical preferences based on your previous interactions with […]

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Topics: Clinical Transparency & Disclosure, Regulatory & Medical Writing
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