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Models for antimicrobial R&D: Development and use of in vivo models for infectious disease research


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

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


In this webinar, William J. Weiss introduced experimental design of animal models for antimicrobial research.

He discussed questions such as:

  1. Where to start and what model to use?
  2. Are animal models of bacterial infection reflective of the clinical condition?
  3. Are in vivo animal model results predictive of clinical efficacy?

This webinar including interactive Q&A session was broadcast on 11 June 2019.

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2019-07-11T07:47:43+00:00