esqLABS @ ACoP 10 (2019)
We will be giving two workshops on PBPK and PBPK/PD (PB-QSP) using PK-Sim and MoBi, and will present on leveraging PBPK for QSP in pediatrics.
Meet us at our booth if you want to learn how you can leverage PBPK/PD platforms for your drug development program.
esqLABS is @ ACoP 10 (2019)
esqLABS will be @ ACoP 10 in Orlando, FL, USA from October 19th to 24th, 2019.
We will be giving two PK-Sim & MoBi Workshops on PBPK and QSP, and present our research in scientific talks and poster presentations.
Visit us @ our exhibit booth to learn more how we can support you with the OPEN-SOURCE tools PK-Sim & MoBi for your PBPK and (PB-)QSP MIDD strategy.
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
1) Pre ACoP: Protein PBPK/PD modeling for antibody drug conjugates (ADC):
- When: Saturday 19th of October, 2019
- What: Concepts and application of combining PK-Sim, MoBi and R to build PBPK/PD platforms for translational research
- Register: via the ACoP registration on www.go-acop.org (agend can be found here)
2) Post ACoP: Basic concepts in PBPK:
- When: Thursday 24th of June, 2019
- What: Covering age-dependent PK, population simulations and drug-drug-interactions (DDI) in PBPK modeling using PK-Sim
- Register: here
esqLABS, will be @ Booth #10: Visit us to discuss how we can best support your MIDD strategy with market-leading open-source tools for PBPK and QSP modeling (PK-Sim and MoBi).
As a proud member of the Open Systems Pharmacology Management Team, we will be co-hosting the OSP Community Booth (Booth #15) with other Members from the OSP Management Team: 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.
Posters & Presentations
On October 22nd, Session3b (9-10:30 am), our Director Dr. Stephan Schaller will be giving a talk on “An integrated PB-QSP platform for the evaluation of the effects of age in diabetes” within “Session 3b: Don’t Forget the Children: How Quantitative Systems Pharmacology can Reshape Extrapolation in Pediatric Drug Development”.
On October 24th, Tutorial 3 (8 am-12), we will present a Totorial on the market-leading open-source tools PK-Sim and MoBi for PBPK/PD and present the roadmap for the associated open-source project: “Open Systems Pharmacology community – an open access, open source, open science approach to modeling and simulation in pharmaceutical sciences“
Pavel Balazki will present a poster on how “Physiologically-based Quantitative Systems Pharmacology integrates Drug Development and Precision Medicine in Diabetes” to present how PB-based QSP Platforms can lead the way for precision medicine with new treatments for diabetes.