08 January 2020 - Seminars - From kitchen table maths homework to impacting decisions in the pharmaceutical industry: Dr Chantelle Mason (AstraZeneca)
Time: Wednesday January 08, 11:00 - 12:00
Title: From kitchen table maths homework to impacting decisions in the pharmaceutical industry
Venue: MATH-104, First Floor, Department of Mathematical Sciences Building
- PLEASE NOTE BOTH THE MORNING TIMING, AND ROOM CHANGE FROM MATH-103, FOR THIS SESSION OF THE MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES
Biography: Dr Chantelle Mason is a Senior Scientist (Modelling and Simulation Specialist) at AstraZeneca, based in Cambridge in the UK. Her research interests are primarily focused on applying mathematical modelling and statistical approaches to Toxicology and Pharmacology; her particular aims are to improve knowledge and reliability of predictions of drug toxicity, whilst at the same time reducing reliability on animal-testing through the creation of in-silico models. More information on Dr Mason’s research and publications, can be found here.