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Accelerating the Acceptance of Mathematical Models as Evidence in Safety and Efficacy Decision Making

Can the use mathematical modelling for safety and efficacy decision making in the biosciences be accelerated?

 

Mathematical modelling is an important tool for solving biological questions and providing new insights that can benefit science and medicine. These models provide the opportunity to vary the experimental parameters involved and to predict what effects different parameters will have on the system.

Great strides have been made to incorporate mathematical modelling in the development of new products across the biosciences (drugs, chemicals, consumer products, etc.), but significant barriers still remain in acceptance of this data for decision making.

Bringing together scientists from across sectors and disciplines, the meeting will:

  • Highlight capabilities and opportunities in mathematical modelling in the biosciences;
  • Present challenges faced by the biosciences community that could benefit from mathematics being applied to them;
  • Connect life scientists with mathematicians to encourage collaboration in model development;
  • Define a future landscape for supporting the acceptance of mathematical modelling in safety and efficacy decision making.

For further information, to submit poster abstracts and to register to attend visit

https://www.nc3rs.org.uk/events/2016-workshop-accelerating-acceptance-mathematical-models-evidence-safety-and-efficacy.

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