Quantitative Systems Pharmacology
Clifton is a chemical engineer. As an undergrad at BYU, he made catalysts for CO2 upcycling and enjoyed using the electron microscopes and programming spreadsheets to help lab mates. His Master’s work focused on optimizing a microfluidic device to identify antibiotic resistance in septic blood, blending simulation with bench work, and 3D printing.
Clifton found his way into QSP as an engaging trifecta of math, biology, and statistics and has supported autoimmune and immuno-oncology trials. In his free time, Clifton is known for enjoying a good plot and snuggling with his kids.