PharMetrX Module Curriculum: Kick-off
From 11 – 15 March 2019, 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
Presentations at AMR Conference 2019, Berlin
The Senior Scientist of our working group, Dr. Robin Michelet, will present the results of the joint “COMBINATORIALS” research consortium project at the 12th Conference on Life Sciences on Novel Antimicrobials & AMR Diagnostics in Berlin. The topic of his oral presentation is “Applying the general pharmacodynamic interaction model on high-throughput combinatorial data in order to identify drug combinations that can overcome multi-drug-resistance”.
PBPK workshop using PK-Sim and MoBi
Jointly with SGS Exprimo our Department will organise a 2-day workshop on the use of the open source software PK-Sim and MoBi. The event will take place in the Institute of Pharmacy from 21–22 February 2019. A combination of lectures, demos and hands-on sessions will be used as teaching methods during the workshop featuring examples including predictions of human dose and drug-drug interactions (DDI).
Scientific workshop with Prof. Meibohm, UTHSC
On 22 January 2019, Prof. Bernd Meibohm from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, USA, will visit our Department again for a scientific workshop. The workshop will comprise of lectures given by Prof. Meibohm and presentations of PhD students. Prof. Meibohm’s research is focused on the investigation of the pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) of drugs with special emphasis on PK/PD relations of macromolecular drugs.