esqLABS is @ PAGE Meeting 2019

We will be presenting three posters on PB-QSP modeling and will be giving two workshops on PBPK and QSP using PK-Sim and MoBi.
Reach out to us if you want to learn how you can leverage PBPK/PD Platforms for your drug development program.

esqLABS is @ PAGE Meeting 2019

esqLABS will be @ the PAGE Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden from June 11th to 14th, 2019. We will be co-hosting the OSP Community exhibit booth (#11).
Visit us to learn more how we can support you with the OPEN-SOURCE tools PK-Sim & MoBi for your PBPK and (PB-)QSP strategy.
We will also be giving two PK-Sim & MoBi Workshops and will present three posters on PB-QSP and PBPK modeling!

Exhibit Booth

esqLABS, as a proud member of the Open Systems Pharmacology Management Team, will be co-hosting the OSP Community Booth (Booth #11) at the PAGE Meeting in Stockholm this year (2019).

Visit us to learn more about the open-access and open-source tools PK-Sim and MoBi (OSP Suite) and the roadmap for their development.



esqLABS will be giving two PBPK/PD workshops with the free and open-access M&S software tool OSPSuite (PK-Sim® & MoBi®) as satellite meetings on the topics:

  • Pre PAGE:    Basic concepts in PBPK
    • Tuesday 11th of June, 2019
    • Covering age-dependent PK, population simulations and drug-drug-interactions (DDI) in PBPK modeling using PK-Si
    • Registration & Info here
  • Post PAGE:      Protein PBPK/PD modeling for antibody drug conjugates (ADC)
    • Saturday 15th of June, 2019
    • Concepts and application of combining PK-Sim, MoBi and R to build PBPK/PD platforms for translational research
    • Registration & Info here



Presented with Teva:

III-69 Shayne Watson
Development and Evaluation of a Human Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Model to Assess a Mitigation Strategy for Risks Associated with Novel Monoclonal Antibodies
Thursday 09:55-11:20


Presented with Bayer and the Saarland University:

I-28 Pavel Balazki
A mechanistic model of gastric emptying of caloric liquids and solids for the use in physiologically-based pharmacokinetics models.
Wednesday 09:50-11:15


Presented with the RWTH Aachen, Maastricht University, ETH Zürich, Roche pRED, InSpero AG, and Valencia Hospital University La Fe

I-27 Vanessa Baier
Assessing the cholestatic potential of drugs using a physiology-based model of the bile acid metabolism
Wednesday 09:50-11:15


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