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September 2017

PharMetrX A4 Module

From 11  – 15  September 2017, the PharMetrXA4module “Introduction to systems biology” will take place at Universitaet Potsdam. For more detailed information on the module and the structured Graduate Research Training program PharMetrX, please visit our homepage: www.PharMetrX.de.


Presentations at ICPAD Workshop 2017 in Madrid

Our PhD student Lena Klopp-Schulze will attend the 2nd International Workshop on Clinical Pharmacology of Anticancer Drugs (ICPAD) taking place in Madrid/Spain from 13 – 14 September 2017. During the workshop Lena Klopp-Schulze will present parts of her current research work on optimising tamoxifen treatment in breast cancer patients from a quantitative perspective.


New publication of Department

The publication by Weiser et al.“Das leistet die Klinische Pharmazie” (Deutsche Apotheker Zeitung, DAZ), and “Wie viel Forschung leistet die Klinische Pharmazie“ (Pharmazeutische Zeitung) has been published. A survey was conducted in collaboration with the “Fachgruppe Klinische Pharmazie” (Dt. Pharmazeutischen Gesellschaft, DPhG) revealing for the first time the development and current state of research activities and output in the discipline Clinical Pharmacy at Pharmaceutical Institutes in Germany. The publication is online:



August 2017

PharMetrX modules

From 21 - 25 August 2017, the PharMetrXA3module “Introduction to population analysis” will take place at the Insitute of Pharmacy, Freie Universitaet Berlin. For more detailed information on the module and the structured Graduate Research Training program PharMetrX, please visit our homepage: www.PharMetrX.de.


Attendance at Uppsala Summer School 

A PhD student of our working group Ana-Marija Grišić will attend the 7th annual Uppsala Pharmacometrics Summer School (UPSS) taking place in the period of 07 – 18 August 2017 at the Uppsala University, Sweden.

 
 

July 2017

PhD student of Dept. awarded “Best PhD thesis award 2016/2017” at Institute

Jens Borghardt, a past PhD student of our Department, was awarded the “Best PhD thesis award 2016/2017” at the Institute of Pharmacy, Freie Universität Berlin, by the DPhG Landesgruppe Berlin-Brandenburg to honour his outstanding research as young scientists in the field of pharmaceutical sciences. The awarding of his thesis “Improving the understanding of the mechanisms determining the pulmonary and systemic pharmacokinetics of orally inhaled drugs: A pharmacometric analysis” will take place at the Absolventenfeier/Tag der Pharmazie of the Institute on 7 July 2017.

 

Elective student of Dept. awarded a travel grant for annual ESCP conference

Madlene Schulz, our elective student last semester, was awarded a travel grant from the Förderinitiative Pharmazeutische Betreuung e.V. to present her work “Adherence to tamoxifen in breast cancer patients – Which role does the pharmacist play?” during the Annual Congress of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP) in October 2017 in Heidelberg, Germany.


2-day visit: Dr. Schmidt, University of Florida

We are happy to welcome Dr. Stephan Schmidt (Associate Professor & Associate Director) at the Center for Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology, University of Florida, Orlando, USA at our Institute for a two-day visit. Besides scientific discussions about ongoing and joint research projects between our groups Dr. Schmidt will give two talks:
“Applied pharmacometrics: what’s in it for me?” on 5 July 2017 at 5 pm during the Pharmazeutisches Forschungskolloquium
(Lecture hall of Botanical Museum, Königin-Luise-Straße 6-8);
“Challenges and opportunities for drug-disease models for post-menopausal osteoporosis” on 6 July 2017 at 9 am at our Institute (Kelchstr.)


The AK Kloft is glad to welcome two new members

In July 2017, two new members joined our department: Viktoria Stachanow will have her research project in the area of pharmacometrics and Johanna Seeger will do her research in the field of in vitro infection models.


 

June 2017


Attendance at 1st year meeting of ABIMMUNE

Prof. Dr. Charlotte Kloft and PhD student Sebastian Franck will attend the first year JPIAMR meeting of ABIMMUNE taking place on 07 June 2017 in Paris, France. They will present the results of our first year’s activities and will together with all scientists discuss the future project plans in the ABIMMUNE project (European collaboration project funded by BMBF).

 

Attendance at PAGE meeting 2017

The PhD students Lisa Ehmann, Ana-Marija Grišić, Francis Williams Ojara, Lena Klopp-Schulze and Franziska Kluwe will attend and present their research projects at the twenty-sixth PAGE meeting taking place on 06 - 09 June 2017 in Budapest, Hungary.

 

New scientific publication of Department

The paper “Semi-mechanistic bone marrow exhaustion pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic model for chemotherapy-induced cumulative neutropenia” by Henrich et al. has been accepted in the Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, and is now available online (http://jpet.aspetjournals.org/content/early/2017/06/09/jpet.117.240309)




May 2017
 

The AK Kloft is glad to welcome guest researcher Dr. Stefanie Hennig

From June 2017 to January 2018, Dr. Stefanie Hennig will join our Department as guest researcher. Dr. Hennig is from the School of Pharmacy of the University of Queensland/Australia and has developed > 20 pharmacokinetic models for several drugs to optimise therapy. Several of these models are currently being used in hospitals in Australia to improve dosage individualisation. During her research stay she will expand working on improving personalised dosing of antibiotics in children in a joint research project.


Attendance at the FIP-PSWC 2017

Three PhD students of our working group, Eva Göbgen, Francis Williams Ojara and Johanna Melin, and Prof. Dr. Charlotte Kloft will attend the 6th International Pharmaceutical Federation-Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress (FIP-PSWC) 2017 taking place from 21 - 24 May 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden. The students will attend a pre-congress Young Scientists Satellite Conference (YSC) from 19 – 21 May 2017 in Uppsala. The congress is themed “Systems approaches to drug discovery, development and clinical usage”. The PhD students will/have been selected to present their work as oral presentations at the YSC and as posters at the FIP-PSWC.

 

Attendance at the 6th PharMetrX Symposium

The 6th PharMetrX Symposium will take place on 04 May 2017 in Frankfurt/Main. For more detailed information on the structured Graduate Research Training program PharMetrX, please visit our homepage www.PharMetrx.de.

 

 

April 2017

 

Scientific contributions at ECCMID and ISAP-EPASG conference 2017, Vienna

From our working group Lisa Ehmann, Sebastian Franck, Eva Göbgen, Franziska Kluwe, Iris Minichmayr, Dr. Sebastian Wicha, Prof. Charlotte Kloft will attend the 27th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Vienna. In addition, they will attend the pre-satellite ISAP-EPASG conference with the topic "Anti-Infective PK/PD - Integrating Knowledge and Innovating Therapies“. The PhD students will present their work either as oral presentation, ePoster talk or paper poster at both scientific meetings.



March 2017


PharMetrX A2 module “Introd. to PBPK modelling”

On 31 March and from 01– 07 April 2017, the PharMetrX A2 module “Introduction to physiologically-based pharmacokinetic modelling will take place at the Universitaet Potsdam, Science Park Golm. For more detailed information on the module and the structured Graduate Research Training program PharMetrX, please visit our homepage

www.pharmetrx.de


Diploma defense of Johanna Seeger

The diploma defense of Johanna Seeger entitled “Vergleich des pharmakodynamischen Effekts von Levofloxacin 750 mg qd und 500 mg bid auf resistente Escherichia coli im dynamischen In-vitro-Infektionsmodell“ will take place in the ‘Medication Management Center’ (room 408A), Institute of Pharmacy, Kelchstr. 31, 12169 Berlin, on Wednesday, 29 March 2017, at 13:00. Guests are welcome!


New edition of the German textbook “Klinische Pharmazie” released

We are very happy to announce the release of the the 4th edition of the Clinical Pharmacy textbook“Klinische Pharmazie – Grundlagen und Anwendungen” by Ulrich Jaehde, Roland Radziwill, Charlotte Kloft (editors). The new and thoroughly revised edition covers all basic topics in Clinical Pharmacy, completed by chapters on assessment of drug therapies, individualisation concepts and medication management, incorporating the latest research and knowledge from a broad field of different topics in the discipline. Thus, this textbook is relevant for both, teaching and practice, including comprehensive examples, as well as illustrative figures and tables. For more information and subscription prices, please visit:

http://www.deutscher-apotheker-verlag.de/bereiche/pharmazie/studiumausbildung/hauptstudium-pharmazie/klinische-pharmazie/view/titel/61142.html


Scientific contributions at ECCMID and ISAP-EPASG conference 2017, Vienna

From our working group Lisa Ehmann, Sebastian Franck, Eva Göbgen, Franziska Kluwe, Iris Minichmayr, Dr. Sebastian Wicha, Prof. Charlotte Kloft will attend the 27th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Vienna. In addition, they will attend the pre-satellite ISAP-EPASG conference with the topic "Anti-Infective PK/PD - Integrating Knowledge and Innovating Therapies“. The PhD students will present their work either as oral presentation, ePoster talk or paper poster at both scientific meetings.


Research stay at UF - Center for Pharmacometrics&Systems Pharmacology

From 04 March – 05 June 2017, our PhD student Lena Klopp-Schulze is doing an internship at the Center for Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology, University of Florida, Orlando, USA. During her research stay she will work together with experts in the field on the integration of pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenetics and drug-drug interactions of tamoxifen and metabolites using a systems pharmacology approach. The research stay abroad is kindly supported by a grant of the Center for International Cooperation (CIC) at the Freie Universität Berlin.


PharMetrX A1 module "Introduction to pharamcokinetics and pharmcodynamics"

From 06 – 10 March 2017, the PharMetrX Module Curriculum for the new PhD student year of our program will start with the A1 module “Introduction to pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics” taking place at our Institute. For more detailed information on the module and the structured Graduate Research Training program PharMetrX, please visit our homepage  www.PharMetrX.de

 

February 2017

 

Presentations at 12th Congress of ECCO

One PhD student of our working group, Ana-Marija Grišić, will present her work at the 12th Congress of the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) in Barcelona, mid of February 2017.

 

January 2017

 

Medication Management Center in End-of-Year Review of Freie Universität Berlin

We are proud to inform that our Medication Management Center, MMC, is one of the selected highlights of the year 2016 by the Freie Universitaet Berlin, being mentioned in the End-of-Year Review ‘Das war 2016’: “Dreimal täglich vor den Mahlzeiten: Studierende des Instituts für Pharmazie der Freien Universität erhalten im bundesweit ersten Medikations-Management-Center das nötige Rüstzeug, um Patienten in der Apotheke besser beraten zu können.”

 

Scientific workshop with Professor Meibohm, University of Tennessee

On 23 January 2017, Prof. Bernd Meibohm from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA, will visit us for the workshop 'Hot topics in pharmacometrics'.

From June 2017 to January 2018, Dr. Stefanie Hennig will join our Department as guest researcher. Dr. Hennig is from the School of Pharmacy of the University of Queensland/Australia and has developed > 20 pharmacokinetic models for several drugs to optimise therapy. Several of these models are currently being used in hospitals in Australia to improve dosage individualisation. During her research stay she will expand working on improving personalised dosing of antibiotics in children in a joint research project.


Jens Borghardt, a past PhD student of our Department, was awarded the “Best PhD thesis award 2016/2017” at the Institute of Pharmacy, Freie Universität Berlin, by the DPhG Landesgruppe Berlin-Brandenburg to honour his outstanding research as young scientists in the field of pharmaceutical sciences. The awarding of his thesis “Improving the understanding of the mechanisms determining the pulmonary and systemic pharmacokinetics of orally inhaled drugs: A pharmacometric analysis” will take place at the Absolventenfeier/Tag der Pharmazie of the Institute on 7 July 2017.[k1] [IS$2] 


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