DDMoRe foundation

The DDMoRe Foundation was founded in April 2016 with the aim to maintain and enhance the published open-source DDMoRe standards and tools to deliver and improve the quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness of Model-Informed Drug Discovery & Development (MID3) and Therapeutic Use. Its current partners consist of Pharmaceutical Companies and Academic Institutions that drive the strong belief that Model-Informed Drug Discovery and Development will profit from standardisation and integration. By elaborating on principles like model sharing and interoperability based on standards, the foundation will support the community with knowledge

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Community

Three community groups have been created to facilitate the dialogue between the DDMoRe Foundation and the volunteers from our Modelling and Simulation community willing to contribute to the DDMoRe standards and tools.

A foundation team will support each community group with technical and management support.

Did you miss the community group kick-off? No problem, the slide presented can be downloaded here:

kick-off-community-groups 

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Standards & Tools

Around the DDMoRe standards MDL, PharmML and SO we have been building a set of tools and training modules.

Board


Peter Milligan
Head of Pharmacometrics, Pfizer, United Kingdom


Marylore Chenel
Director of Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Director of Pharmacometrics, Servier, France


Stefano Zamuner
Senior Director, Clinical Pharmacology, Modelling & Simulation at GSK, United Kingdom


Mats Karlsson
Professor of Pharmacometrics at Uppsala University, Sweden


Paolo Magni
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Italy

Pascal Girard
‎Senior Scientific Director, Global Head of Pharmacometry, ‎Merck Group, USA


Katy Wolstencroft
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Bioinformatics at Leiden University, The Netherlands

 

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Winners of the Model Repository Challenge 2017

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The winners are: Elke Krekels and Catherijne Knibbe, Elena Maria Tosca, Joachim Grevel, Robin Svensson, Agneta Ekholm, Melanie Wilbaux, Alienor Berges, Oskar Clewe, Andre Jackson and Liesbeth de Lange. Thanks to Elke and Catherijne a total of 8 models have been shared on specific populations such as preterm, neonates and anybody in the world dealing with therapeutic monitoring of morphine…

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New industrial partner for DDMoRe Foundation

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Merck has joined the DDMoRe Foundation since the beginning of 2018 and will be represented by Pascal Girard as new member of the DDMoRe Foundation team. Together, the DDMoRe Foundation shall develop an interoperability framework in R. This entails the redesign of the DDMoRe Interoperability framework into interoperability in R available for Windows and Linux.

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New academic partner for DDMoRe Foundation

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The team of academic partners supporting the DDMoRe Foundation has been extended with the arrival of the Leiden University. Leiden University was a partner of the original DDMoRe consortium and contributed to the Interoperability Framework, Model Repository content and Training. Both Leiden Academic Centre of Drug Research (LACDR) and Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science…

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