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Models for antimicrobial R&D: Advanced and complex in vivo models for infectious disease research


Speaker: Peter Warn, Senior Vice President, Anti-infective Discovery, Evotec

Moderator: William J. Weiss, Director, PreClinical Services, University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy


In this webinar, Peter Warn reviewed the experimental design and conduct of advanced or complex animal models for antimicrobial research.

This webinar is designed as a follow on from the webinar of William J. Weiss: Models for antimicrobial R&D: Development and use of in vivo models for infectious disease research.

Topics covered in this webinar included:

  1. In depth review of animal models of pneumonia, UTI and tissue infections including biofilm models.
  2. Animal models of non-traditional drugs where CFU might not be a suitable biomarker.
  3. Tips, hints and pitfalls when trying to generate informative data in PKPD studies.

This live webinar including interactive Q&A session was broadcast on 10 September 2019.

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2019-09-13T09:52:24+00:00