We are delighted to invite you to the first International Society of Pharmacometrics (ISoP) Regional Quantitative Systems Pharmacology (QSP) Day 2019, co-hosted by the ISoP QSP Special Interest Group (ISoP QSP SIG) and Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS).
The event is intended to highlight some of the recent achievements in QSP, illustrate application areas, and promote networking, collaboration, and shared learning between QSP industry practitioners, biological research scientists that can benefit from application of QSP, academic and government investigators, and students. The intention is to draw a large regional audience, primarily from the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and DC areas. We also anticipate some attendance from other East Coast regions, including Boston.
The meeting will be held Tuesday July 16th 2019 in Princeton, New Jersey. Please use the following link to register: QSP DAY 2019
Registration includes lunch and refreshments.
ISoP non-members: $55
ISoP members: $40
Registration deadline: Tuesday, June 18
This event includes Poster Session (we welcome posters you may have presented at other conferences) and we will have a Best poster Award. Posters may occupy up to 48” in width and 48” in height. Paneled posters (e.g. from 8.5” x 11” printouts) are allowed.
Once you have registered for the event, please use the following link to also register your poster if you will present one (note the poster registration will close June 18 as well): QSP DAY 2019
Scientific Program – ISoP Regional QSP Day 2019
9:00-10:00, E.1300: Registration, coffee, networking. Poster presenters can set up in K4000.
10:00-10:15, E.1300: Opening remarks
10:00: Brian Schmidt, on behalf of the Organizing Committee: Loveleena Bansal (GSK), John Burke (Applied BioMath), Eric Sobie (Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine), Pantelis Mavroudis (Sanofi), Sandy McVicar (BMS)
10:15-11:45, E.1300: Session 1
10:15: Tarek A. Leil, Group Director, BMS: QSP at Bristol-Myers Squibb, leveraging the value of mechanistic disease models
10:45: Ted Rieger, Sr. Principal Scientist, Pfizer: Use of QSP modeling to advance the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
11:15: Eric Sobie, Professor, Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine: Combining Mechanistic Modeling with Machine Learning to Predict Cardiotoxicity and Streamline Drug Development
11:45 – 1:00, K4000: Poster session
12:00 – 1:00, K3200: Lunch pickup and seating
1:00 – 2:30, E.1300: Session 2
1:00: Ioannis Androulakis, Professor, Rutgers: Drugging the clock or clocking the drug: Circadian rhythms in QSP models
1:30: Cibele Falkenberg, Investigator, GSK: Application of a Quantitative Systems Pharmacology (QSP) model of COPD progression for evaluating a novel mechanism targeting oxidative stress and inflammation in the lung
2:00: Craig Thalhauser, Research Fellow, BMS: Using a QSP model of Psoriasis to support clinical development of a novel Tyk2 inhibitor
2:30 – 2:45, E.1300: Coffee Break
2:45 – 4:15, E.1300: Session 3
2:45: Grégoire Altan-Bonnet, Stadtman Investigator, National Cancer Institute: Leveraging cell-to-cell variability to dissect drug perturbations of the immune system
3:15: Spyros Stamatelos, Group Leader, Sanofi: A QSP implementation to describe the effects of a bispecific antibody for hematologic malignancies treatment
3:45: Brian J Schmidt, Sr. Principal Scientist, BMS: Development, calibration, prediction, and development: insights and expansion to support new immuno-oncology combinations with QSP platforms
4:15 – 4:30, E.1300: Poster award and closing remarks (Pantelis Mavroudis and Brian Schmidt)
4:30 – 6:30, K.4000: QSP networking social and poster encore (Refreshments served, depart as you wish)
3551 Lawrenceville Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
Please use the visitor’s gate on the right from the Lawrenceville Road (route 206) entrance, and follow signs to the left of the lake at the entrance towards the visitor’s parking. Registrants will receive parking placards via e-mail to print. Guests are encouraged to park in lot A2, if space is available on arrival. Guests will sign in with BMS at the BMS main reception at the main entrance near parking lot 1, and verify registration at the main symposium presentation room (E1.300).
This symposium is sponsored by ISoP and locally organized by QSP SIG and BMS.
We are looking forward to welcome you in Princeton on Tuesday July 16.