Worldwide Webinar Series:

Impact of Modeling & Simulation in Drug Development

Rosa’s Worldwide Webinar Series fosters the adoption of modeling and simulation by informing a broad audience about the strategic impact it can have on all aspects of research and development.

Since its inception in 2011, this complimentary, monthly series has featured select speakers from academia, industry, Rosa client companies, and Rosa itself. The series has drawn many thousands of attendees worldwide from all drug development disciplines.

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Chihiro Hasegawa, PhD, PK/PD Scientist, Ono Pharma, Japan, Otago Pharmacometrics Group, School of Pharmacy, University of Otago, New Zealand

Automated scale reduction of nonlinear QSP models with an example of a bone biology system

Frank Gibbons, PhD Principal Scientist, DMPK, IMED Oncology Biotech Unit AstraZeneca

Pulling your model up by its bootstraps: evolving your way to QSP

Richard A. Gray, PhD, Senior Scientist and Biomedical Engineer, Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, MD

The Potential Impact of Physiological Computer Models in Medicine: Regulation and Considerations for Ensuring Patient Safety

Christina Friedrich, PhD, Chief Engineer, and Mike Reed, PhD, Chief Scientist, Rosa & Co, CA


Aman Singh, PK-PD Scientist, Biologics Development Sciences, Janssen R&D


"In an evolving field such as QSP, the webinars allow us to keep ahead with that critical edge of knowledge."
—Rebecca A. Baillie, PhD, Principal Scientist & Chief of Staff

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