This is a wiki used by the London Pharmacometrics Interest Group (LPIG). We are a group of researchers who use nonlinear mixed effects (NLME) to fit models to data (usually) from patients. Typically we are interested in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics but also have wider interests in NLME application and theory.
The group currently meets most Monday Lunchtimes from 1-2pm, in the UCL Institute of Child Health.
Click on the links on the left to access slides from past meetings, useful websites and other resources.
|19/12/16 (12:00)||PUW1||Charlotte||Update on NAPPA|
|16/1/17||PUW4||Frank||Practice MRC interview|
|23/1/17||PUW4||Joe||FLACSAM PK results|
|30/1/17||PUW4||All||Paediatric sample size discussion|
|6/2/17||PUW4||Frank||Update on treosulfan/TB work|
|13/2/17||PUW4||Mike and Sophida||MRes project outline|
|6/3/17||PUW2||Morris||Rationale for dose selection in tuberculosis: how to scale from mouse to human?|
iSleep/iCare - real-time metabolic support for personalized intensive care
|27/3/17||PUW2||Aubrey Cunningham||Adjunctive therapy for severe malaria|
|24/4/17||PUW1||Annegret Dahlmann-noor||PKPD in ophthalmology|
|8/5/17||PUW1||Paul Baverel||Tralokinumab, an investigational anti-IL13 monoclonal antibody: PK & exposure-response modeling to bridge adult and paediatrics clinical development plan|
|15/5/17||PUW1||Morris||TB modelling PAGE practice|
* PUW1: Seminar Room 1, Philip Ullman Wing, Institute of Child Health
* LGSR: Lower ground seminar room, Institute of Child Health
* WCJ: Room J, Wolfson Centre