It is our great pleasure to announce the Abstract Award Winners for the Eleventh American Conference of Pharmacometrics (ACoP11). It was no easy task to select the award winning abstracts from the 250+ submissions received for ACoP11, each highlighting the outstanding contributions by our community members to the field of pharmacometrics.

  • The Trainee and Quality award winners will be recognized at the upcoming virtual ACoP11, on Thursday, November 12th at 1:30 PM EST. The recipients will give brief presentations on their award-winning work.
  • Individual SIG awards will be presented during the SIG events on Wednesday, November 11th and Thursday, November 12th at 3:00 PM EST.

Please join us in congratulating our Awardees!

On behalf of the ACoP11 Planning Committee,

Kenta Yoshida (Abstracts Committee Chair)
Navin Goyal (Conference Chair)

 

ACoP11 QUALITY AWARD WINNERS

The ACoP Quality Award has been established to recognize and promote advancement in the area of quantitative modeling and simulation.

 

Christopher Rackauckas, Yingbo Ma, Theodore R. Rieger, Anna Sher, Richard Allen, Vijay Ivaturi, Viral Shah, C.J. Musante

Title: Acceleration of Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Models Through Automatic Analysis of System Structure and Simulation on Graphics Processing Units

Jagdeep Podichetty, Patrick Lang, Inish O’Doherty, Sarah David, Rhoda Muse, Laura Song, Klaus Romero, Jackson Burton; on behalf of the Type-1 Diabetes Consortium (T1DC)

Title: Leveraging Real-world data for EMA Qualification of a Model-Based Biomarker Tool to Optimize Type-1 Diabetes Prevention Studies

Marion Bouillon-Pichault, Li Li, Alex Azrilevitch, David Yao, Akintunde Bello, Tarek Leil

Title: Model-based Meta-analysis of Progression free survival in Pancreatic cancer with reconstructed individual patient data; application to drug-development

 

ACoP11 TRAINEE AWARD WINNERS 

The ACoP Trainee Award has been established to recognize and promote excellence in graduate education and training in the area of quantitative modeling and simulation and to encourage participation of students and post-doctoral fellows in ACoP.

 

Anders Thorsted, Elisabet I. Nielsen, Sven Benson, Miklos Lipcsey, Peter Matzneller, Markus Zeitlinger, Matthijs Kox, Peter Pickkers, Lena E. Friberg

Title: Translational modelling of innate immune response following lipopolysaccharide challenge: from piglets to humans

Ishaan Dave, Melissa Hallow

Title: RAS blockade and SARS-CoV-2 interaction through ACE2: QSP evaluation of pro- and anti-inflammatory pathway activity

Karthik Lingineni, Juan Francisco Morales, Daniela J Conrado, Camille Vong, Nathan Hanan, Diane Corey, Jackson Burton, Jane Larkindale, Klaus Romero, Stephan Schmidt, Sarah Kim, on behalf of the Cooperative International Neuromuscular Research Group (CINRG) investigators and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Regulatory Science Consortium (D-RSC) members

Title: Towards Achieving Regulatory Endorsement of a Disease Progression Model-based Clinical Trial Simulation Tool for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy– Models

  

CLINICAL PHARMACOMETRICS SIG STUDENT AWARD WINNER 

Zachary L. Taylor, Tomoyuki Mizuno, Nieko C. Punt, Balaji Baskaran, Adriana Navarro Sainz, William Shuman, Nicholas Felicelli, Alexander A. Vinks, Jesper Heldrup, Laura B. Ramsey

Title: A novel webtool, MTXPK.org, uses a three-compartment high-dose methotrexate population pharmacokinetic model to inform glucarpidase use

 

MCS SIG POSTER AWARD WINNER 

Daniel Lill, Anne Kümmel, Nathalie Gobeau, Henning Schmidt, Jens Timmer

Title: Efficient simulation of clinical target isoboles applied to drug combinations for malaria

  

QSP SIG TRAINEE AWARD WINNER 

Weize Huang, Nina Isoherranen

Title: Novel Mechanistic PBPK Model to Predict Renal Clearance in Varying Stages of CKD by Incorporating Tubular Adaptation and Dynamic Passive Reabsorption

 

SxP SIG STUDENT AWARD WINNER 

Jiawei Zhou, Yanguang Cao

Title: Spatiotemporal Response Heterogeneity across Metastases in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer