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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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New industrial partner for DDMoRe Foundation

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GSK has joined the DDMoRe Foundation since October 2017 and will be represented by Stefano Zamuner 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.

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New thoughtflow publication is out in CPT:PSP

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WHITE PAPER Thoughtflow: Standards and Tools for Provenance Capture and Workflow Definition to Support Model-Informed Drug Discovery and Development JJ Wilkins, PLS Chan, J Chard, G Smith, MK Smith, M Beer, A Dunn, C Flandorfer, C Franklin, R Gomeni, L Harnisch, R Kaye, S Moodie, ML Sardu, E Wang, E Watson, K Wolstencroft, SYA Cheung * on behalf…

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PAGE models for DDMoRe repository

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PAGE is encouraging you to upload your model code associated with your presentation to the DDMoRe Model Repository   Have your poster stick out at PAGE meeting 2017 Get your poster stamped by adding your model to the DDMoRe Model Repository. Having your model in the repository makes it easier to share with reviewers and collaborators…

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Software demonstration at PAGE meeting 2017

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At PAGE meeting 2017 in Budapest, we will share with you our publicly available upgraded DDMoRe Model Repository and Interoperability Framework Interested? Come to visit the DDMoRe Foundation at booth No. 6 and take the oppportunity to receive a live demo on the upgraded platform. DDMoRe Model Repository now supports the latest interoperable version of PharmML. The same PharmML version is used by…

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Where to share your model best?

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The ISOP technology committee recently requested feedback through a survey with the topic “How do you share?” (http://discuss.go-isop.org/t/isop-global-survey-how-do-you-share/657) asking how people share models and modeling scripts. At the time of writing, over 100 people have filled in responses. There is a split of about 50 / 50 between academic and industrial respondents. Of particular interest…

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ACoP7

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24th of October 6:00 – 7:30 PM Title: “Drug Disease Model Resources (DDMoRe) – helping deliver Model-Informed Drug Discovery and Development (MID3)” Key themes: What has been achieved in the IMI DDMoRe project i.e. DDMoRe products. How these DDMoRe products can help YOU put MID3 into practice and deliver therapeutic benefit to patients. What’s next? What’s…

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