Cameron Meaney is a summer intern with DILIsym services. In his role, he is working to advance the DILIsym software through the development of SimPops to assess interpatient variability in adaptive immune responses. He is also contributing to the development of BIOLOGXsym, a new platform for evaluating biologics-induced liver injury, through creating PBPK models of exemplar compounds for use in the software.
Cameron is also a current PhD candidate in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. His research focuses on mathematical oncology, specifically in using differential equation and machine learning models to personalize modern cancer treatments.