Fueled by foundational teaching and innovative research, the Disease and Therapeutic Response Modeling Program equips young scientists with diverse experiences in the design, application, and interpretation of quantitative approaches that drive the evolution of medical therapies.
With the growth of model-informed drug discovery, the roles of quantitative pharmacologists and pharmacometricians are rapidly growing in the pharmaceutical industry. Since 2009, the Disease and Therapeutic Response Modeling Program (DTRMP) at Indiana University School of Medicine has trained over 30 postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, the majority of whom continue to play important research and leadership roles within the pharmaceutical industry.
The DTRMP also plays a critical role in the Division of Clinical Pharmacology’s T32 Training Program, with most fellows attending didactic sessions offered on population pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic or physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling, and many participating in pharmacometric-oriented research projects. Additionally, graduate students from Purdue University’s Department of Pharmacy Practice participate in the didactic sessions and are often actively mentored by DTRMP faculty.
Can’t miss presentation:
Presenter: Applications Manager, Pauline Taynard
Title: Monolix Tutorial
Date: Friday, February 24, 2023
Time: 8:30 am EST