Modeling Tools for Pharmacokinetics and Systems Medicine

author: Damjana Rozman, Centre for Functional Genomics and Bio-Chips (CFGBC), Institute of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana
published: July 21, 2014,   recorded: May 2014,   views: 1915
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The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM) is a multidisciplinary European consortium that joined forces to develop a European Systems Medicine implementation strategy (road map). The CASyM road map is driven by clinical needs: it aims to identify areas where a systems approach will address clinical questions and solve clinical problem. During the next four years, the CASyM will assess the technological and methodological basis for the road map and will assist the medical community in creating the foundation for a new prospective in medicine that will be personalized, predictive, preventive and participatory (4P medicine).

A key component of the CASyM strategy is the development of multidisciplinary training concepts, which is exemplified by also the tutorial Modeling Tools for Pharmacokinetics and Systems Medicine. Participants of this tutorial will get hands-on experience in different mathematical and informatics approaches to medical and pharma relevant questions form top European clinicians, industrial and academic scientists.

The tutorial will be accredited with CME points for continuous professional development in pharmacokinetics and systems medicine.

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