Evaluation of a pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic model for predicting parasitological outcomes in Phase 2 studies of new antimalarial drugs and The cost-effectiveness of tafenoquine following G6PD screening in Brazil: a transmission model analysis

October 12, 2022

Presenters:

  • Professor Julie Simpson, Professor and Director of Health Clinical Research, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
    Professor Simpson is Head of the Biostatistics Unit at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, Director of the Methods and Implementation Support for Clinical and Health (MISCH) Research Hub, and recipient of a NHMRC Leadership Investigator Grant (2021-5).
  • Dr Angela DevineSenior Research Fellow and Lecturer in Public Health
    Angela Devine is a health economist with over 10 years of experience in the economic evaluation and costs related to the management of infectious diseases.  She leads the Health Economics Group at Menzies and is a Global Gender Equality in Health Leadership Committee Member for Women in Global Health (WGH) Australia. Since joining Menzies in 2018, she has helped to secure over $12 million in grant funding.

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