Dr. Edginton’s research focuses on improving the confidence of physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model outcomes through understanding model inputs and developing modeling workflows.
Esther graduated with a B.Sc (Honours) in Biochemistry and Statistics from Dalhousie University and completed a MSc in Pharmacy at the University of Waterloo. Following industry positions at Cyclica Inc.
Dr. Pierre Chelle completed his PhD at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne, France. The subject of his thesis was: Thrombin Generation modeling in the framework of hemophilia treatment.
Dr. Chelle has a background in Health Engineering. At Waterloo, he is involved in the Web-Accessible Pharmacokinetics Service - Hemophilia (WAPPS-Hemo; www.wapps-hemo.com) project that is headed out of McMaster University.
Moriah is a postdoc working on mechanistic modeling of drug disposition. She studied mathematics and music at Redeemer University College during her B.Sc (Honours).
Dagmar obtained her PhD degree in Statistics from the Statistics and Actuarial Science Department at UW after developing methodology for the analysis of longitudinal survey data. She has provided statistical consultation on a variety of PK/PD projects and delivered courses on advanced statistics for the application of pharmacokinetic NLME models. Dagmar's current role is population PK modeling in the WAPPS-Hemo project.
Abdullah is a mathematical modeler interested in the application of dynamical modeling and machine learning techniques to systems pharmacology and pharmacoeconomics. He completed his PhD in control systems engineering at the University of Cambridge. His doctoral work developed mathematical methods for the analysis of emergent behavior in multicellular systems biology models. As a postdoc, he has worked on the re-engineering of feedback regulation in genetic circuits for synthetic biology applications.