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.
|18/9/17||Levinsky||Sophida||Posaconazole pharmacokinetics in children|
|2/10/17||Levinsky||Ofran||Gender differences in infant mortality in UK PICUs|
|16/10/17||Levinsky||Mandy W||Vitamin D PKPD plans|
|6/11/17||Levinsky||Julie||PK of serum and intra cellular sustained-release Lithium|
|13/11/17||Levinsky||Shan Pan||Application of pharmacometrics in rheumatoid arthritis: case studies in clinical practice and drug development|
|Publishing in Nature journals|
|27/11/17||Levinsky||Waty||Covariate analysis with supervised machine learning|
|4/12/17||Levinsky||Julie||PK of total, unbound and intra cellular MPA|
|18/12/17||Levinsky||Ludo||HFIM modelling progress|
* 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