An overview of PK Curve feature set includes the ability to automatically calculate the Cmax, AUC and t1/2 when users select the route of administration, number of compartments and input profile. The app will automatically draw the concentration-
“I have been teaching and training for over 11 years in the pharmaceutical industry, developing on-line training tools for pharmacy students, pharmacokinetics lectures for non-PK scientists, and given specialized training in population pharmacokinetics,”
The PK Curve app includes a link to the Learn PK/PD blog (http://blog.learnpkpd.com) where users can get instant access to information about pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Teuscher worked with Apptology Inc. to develop and publish the PK Curve mobile app on the iPhone and iPod touch platform and is currently available for FREE in the iTunes App Store http://itunes.apple.com/
About PK/PD Associates
PK/PD Associates offers teaching and training services. They focus on modeling and simulation analysis including population pharmacokinetics, PK/PD modeling and simulation, and can perform standard non-compartmental analysis. They provide assistance with due diligence, expert reports, IND or NDA preparation, or program reviews. Please visit http://www.learnpkpd.com for more information.
About Apptology Inc.
Based in Folsom, CA, Apptology Inc. is a leading mobile application development, training and marketing company. Unique in their service offering is a comprehensive suite of solutions for the mobile application industry. The management team includes industry pioneers from Silicon Valley and Fortune 500 companies working with and developing mobile, interactive and new media technologies. The 100 + person development team have created hundreds of applications for various companies around the world on all platforms. For more information please visit http://www.apptology.com.
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Dr. Teuscher has been teaching and training for over 11 years in the pharmaceutical industry. He has developed on-line training tools for Pharmacy students, provided general pharmacokinetics lectures for non-PK scientists, given specialized training in population pharmacokinetics, and developed intuitive software tools to aid in pharmacokinetic analysis. His dynamic teaching style helps students understand the material and integrate the concepts into practice.