- Outlines a model-based approach (based on Process Systems Engineering-OSE and Computer Aided Process Engineering-CAPE) in quantitative pharmacology
- Explains how therapeutics work in the human body and how anatomy and physiology influences drug efficacy
- Discusses how drugs are driven to specific targets using nanoparticles
- Offers insight into how in vitro and in vivo experiments help understand the drug mechanism of action and optimize their performance
- Includes case studies showing the positive outcome of these methods in personalized therapies, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinical trials analysis and drug formulation
Academic, government and corporate researchers in the area of quantitative pharmacology; bio-chemical engineers as well as mechanical and nuclear engineers; all involved in quantitative pharmacology such as pharmacists, biologists, chemists, and medical doctors; Mathematicians and physicists working on numerical modelling
Table of Contents
- 1. Quantitative systems pharmacology: Extending the envelope through systems engineering
2. An engineering oriented approach to physiologically based pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling
3. Advanced Techniques for the Optimal Design of Experiments in Pharmacokinetics
4. On the Identifiability of Physiological Models: Optimal Design of Clinical Tests
5. Bayesian hierarchical modeling of gabapentin absorption and disposition with application to dosing regimen assessment
6. Computational tools in the assistance of personalized healthcare
7. Multiscale models for transport and biodistribution of therapeutics in cancer
8. Quantitative systems pharmacology on cancer drug delivery to target sites: Application of chemical engineering tools
9. Systems engineers’ role in biomedical research. Convection-enhanced drug delivery
10. On the modeling of oral drug delivery
11. Drug delivery from polymeric matrices
12. Modeling the mechanics and the transport phenomena in hydrogels
- No. of pages: 418
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier 2018
- Published: July 18, 2018
- Imprint: Elsevier
- Hardcover ISBN: 9780444639646
- eBook ISBN: 9780444639677
About the Editor
He is (co)author of more than 210 peer-reviewed publications on international journals and conferences with a few book chapters.
In more than twenty years of academic employment, he conjugated research activity
and industrial advice to make these worlds better interact and get benefit from their mutual collaboration. At the basis of Davide’s research is the modeling activity that has the quantification of what is analyzed as the final target. Design, simulation, control, optimization, and assessment are the main features that use computer algorithms and methods to produce the quantification of phenomena, processes, and plants.
Davide has taught Numerical Calculus, Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes,
Process Systems Engineering. He has been the supervisor of tens of students involved in the bachelor, master, and PhD degrees.
He was founder and director of R&D and Engineering department at Virthualis, a spin- off company of POLIMI, working on operator training simulation in 3D immersive virtual environments.
Under his direction, PSE Lab has worked on a number of European and Italian research projects with a fruitful collaboration with international universities and companies.
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