• Modelling & Simulation in Systems Pharmacology (SS 2014)

    Organization

    Time: every thursday 12:00-14:00

    Requirement for course fullfillment (Studienleistung):

    superwised work on one study topic each (1-2 research articles + 1 review), including a small programming task and presentation of the topic (incl. own achievements/results); ca 45-60 min + 15 min discussion.

    Place: Arnimallee 6, SR 009

    Detailed Schedule

    17.04.14

    Introduction & Overview ( slides )

    Lecturer : Max von Kleist

    24.04.14

    Modelling Techniques & Pharmacokinetics ( slides, Codes )

    Lecturer: Max von Kleist

    08.05.14

    Parameter Estimation ( slides , Codes )

    Lecturer: Max von Kleist

    15.05.14, 22.05.14, 05.06.14, 12.06.14, 19.06.14

    project work & preparation

    26.06.14

    Drug absorption, physiologically based pharmacokinetics

    Lecturer: Marco Phieler ( slides , Codes ), Johanna Tiemann ( slides , Codes )

    03.07.14

    Partition coefficients, parameter estimation

    Lecturer: Ben hillmer ( slides , Codes ), Benjamin Strauch ( slides , Codes )

    10.07.14

    Disease Modelling I, Disease Modelling II

    Lecturer: Alex Vowinkel ( slides , Codes ), Tino Schüllermann

    17.07.14

    ODE vs. stochastic simulation & Wrap-Up

    Lecturer: Ivo Soares Parchao ( slides , Codes )

    Study Topics

    Physiologically Based Phramacokinetics

    Johanna Tiemann

    Appointments: 14.05.2014 11:00, 28.05.2014 11:00, 12.06.2014 16:00

    Talk: 26.06.2014

    Partition Coefficients

    Ben Hillmer

    Appointments: 15.05.2014 12:00, 05.06.2014 12:00, 26.06.2014 11:00

    Talk: 03.07.2014

    Parameter Estimation

    Benjamin Strauch

    Appointments: 15.05.2014 13:00, 11.06.2014 10:00, 23.06.2014 11:00, 30.06.2014 11:00,

    Talk: 03.07.2014

    Disease Modelling I: Glucocorticoid Receptor Dynamics

    Alex Vowinkel

    Appointments: 22.05.2014 11:00, 12.06.2014 11:00, 24.06.2014, 10:00, 04.07.2014 12:00

    Talk: 10.07.2014

    Disease Modelling II: HIV-1

    Tino Schüllermann

    Appointments: 22.05.2014 12:00, 12.06.2014 12:00

    Talk: 10.07.2014

    ODE vs. Stochastic Simulation

    Ivo Soares Parchao

    Appointments: 22.05.2014 13:00, 12.06.2014 13:00, 26.06.2014 10:00, 10.07.2014 10:00

    Talk: 17.07.2014

    Models of Drug Absorption

    Marco Phieler

    Appointments: 14.05.2014 10:00, 28.05.2014 10:00, 13.06.2014 16:00, 23.06.2014 12:00

    Talk: 26.06.2014
    Each project will we conducted by one student and presented during the seminar. Supervision/feedback from the project supervisors will be given at three distinct appointments.Supervision of Project Work

      • The first appointment is intended to clarify the tasks related to the study topic. The student is expected to be prepared in the sense that he/she has read the project portfolio or started the programming tasks and may have particular questions.
      • The second appointment is intended to solve particular issues regarding e.g. the programming tasks, if any have arisen, or if the student is stuck. The student presents his/her achievements up to this time point and discusses ways to present the work and obtains feedback.
      • The last appointment in intended to review the results and to abtain feedback from the supervisors regarding the presentation of the topic.

    Useful advises for the preparation of scientific talks

    • Please refer to the following list of useful advises ( in german).