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PSPod
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CPT:PSP is pleased to offer our own podcast, PSPod. Join us as we delve into advances in quantitative methods as applied in pharmacology, physiology and therapeutics in humans.
 
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By Royal Appointment
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By Royal Appointment Podcast is hosted by royal correspondents Linnea Woolfson and Georges De Keerle, both of whom have had years of experience working with the various royals and their households.Learn more about the royal families around the world and hear from the people working behind the scenes who we will invite to the studio.
 
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Felony Miami
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Felony Miami is a show about injustice in America told through real conversations between real people. We explore the disparities in the criminal justice system and the intersection of those disparities and the arts. In this exploration, Felony Miami seeks to educate, entertain, enlighten and contribute towards the improvement and fairness of the system. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/support
 
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On this episode of PSPod, Dr. Rajanikanth Madabushi from the US Food and Drug Administration continues our recent discussion on model-informed drug development (MIDD) and its role in the successful implementation of PDUFA VI. This discussion is based on his co-authored Perspective article (with Drs. Yaning Wang and Issam Zineh) “A Holistic and ...…
 
On this episode of PSPod, Drs. Lokesh Jain, Larissa Wenning, and Nitin Mehrotra from Merck discuss the important role model-informed drug development (MIDD) will play in the successful implementation of PDUFA VI. This discussion is based on their Perspective article “PDUFA VI: It’s Time to Unleash the Full Potential of Model-Informed Drug Devel ...…
 
On this episode of PSPod, Drs. Piet van der Graaf and Suruchi Bakshi from Certara QSP and Leiden University, and Dr. Chao Chen from Clinical Pharmacology Modelling & Simulation at GlaxoSmithKline, discuss quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) modeling in relation to the study of Parkinson’s disease. This discussion is based on a Review articl ...…
 
Felony Miami explores the disparities in the criminal justice system and the intersection of those disparities and the arts. In this exploration, Felony Miami seeks to educate, entertain, enlighten and contribute towards the improvement and fairness of the system. Felony Miami intends to do this by bringing together thought leaders, decision ma ...…
 
Trauma, hate, distrust, fear, frustration, tears, disgust, abuse, resentment. These are some of the effects of doing time. For every Malcolm X, there are ten million felons whose names you’ll never know, who never shake their past. Society breeds impropriety; and careless citizens through the infected soul of American democracy.--- Support this ...…
 
On today’s episode, Dr. Paul Watkins, the Howard Q. Ferguson Distinguished Professor at Eshelman School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Director of the University of North Carolina Institute for Drug Safety Sciences, discusses quantitative systems toxicology (QST) and quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) mode ...…
 
Broke, busted, tapped out, lost in the woods, dissolute, naked in the winter wiped out, over lev’d, indigent, penniless, gone fishin’, in the poor house, itinerant, rambling, povertized, compromised, chaptered, scrambling, crumbling … Bankrupt! Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Let’s air it o ...…
 
Four walls, steel bars, and a saline drip. Concrete bed, bologna sandwich, convulsions, embolism, heart rate speeding like a freight train through your chest plate. The fear is gripping and real. It's not just that you are going to jail, it's that you might have a medical issue. And the thought of going into the prison health care system is cau ...…
 
Private prisons are the scourge of civilization. The food is awful, the water tastes like it came from a gutter in Flint, Michigan, and sending an email costs more than a Rolls Royce lease payment. The U.S. the number one spot for the most people in cages. Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami. Le ...…
 
There’s a reason that South Florida is the fraud capital of America, and it’s all built on a house of cards that the contractor skipped out on after an all cash transfer from your bank account to their sense of moral bankruptcy. Where there is injustice for one, there’s injustice for all. Welcome to Felony Miami, let’s air it out.--- Support th ...…
 
Productivity is usually a good thing. But not when it comes to mass incarceration. In fact, the harassing, and stalking, and arresting, and incarcerating, and ruining the records of those who are guilty of victimless so-called crimes, is one of the greatest problems in America today. Today we invite three veteran attorneys, one of whom is runni ...…
 
Lies. Truth. Some people live it, some people tell it, and some people mix both into one and don't do either very well. When it comes to the criminal justice system, it's been said that there are three sides to every story: His, hers, and the truth. No matter which category you fall into, there's one thing you should never do: if you're on the ...…
 
From Medellín to Mexico; Panama to Bogotá; and Sinaloa to South Miami, in the 1980's, the South American drug trade began its assault on the shores of the USA. It brought money, violence, and really bad bad-guys. Enter the DEA, a force of highly skilled and seasoned law enforcement officers with one goal: take down the drug traffickers, corner ...…
 
There’s blood in the mud, cocaine in the evidence room, and millions of pages of arrest reports. To say that there’s been a lot of crime committed in Miami is the understatement of the century. When it comes to solving crimes, and closing cases out three guests today are experts in the field. Real life Miami vice investigators--- Support this p ...…
 
Ok so this is episode 13...it's an intermission episode between Season 1 of Felony Miami and our next upcoming Season 2. What we've prepared for you is a little taste of what happens after the show ends and the microphones are still on. Enjoy these little hidden snippets from Felony Miami, and we'll be with you on Season 2 next time.--- Support ...…
 
Money, power, respect. If you’ve got the first one, you can buy the rest. If you’ve got power, you can get the money, take money, or make the money. And if you’ve got respect, people will give you everything they work for. But if you don’t have any of those, good luck making the other two count for anything. It’s up to us to knock it down becau ...…
 
Beating the system, convincing the jury, making a deal, smashing the state, crushing the closing, destroying the evidence…Wait, maybe not destroying the evidence….Suppressing the evidence and manipulating the system all in the name of constitutionality. Whatever you’ve gotta do to get out of jail, your criminal defense lawyer is there to do it ...…
 
Anarchy, calamity, destruction, disorder, the annihilation of civility, the total breakdown of society, the end of all order and descent into chaos. These are the results that those in power fear, and their pretext for crushing the souls of millions under the steel toed boot of the criminal justice system. Just because it’s a man-made law, does ...…
 
If you end up on the wrong side of the law, you’re probably going to get offered one of theses deals: It's called a plea bargain. But is this a game of let's make a deal, the price is right, the wheel of fortune, or double jeopardy? The plea bargain is a negotiation between the prosecution and the defense in order to reduce the amount of cases ...…
 
On this episode of Felony Miami, we have a former bank robber, rehabilitated and turned activist anti corruption blogger; a Miami reality tv star who is woke and fully activated in her community; and one of America’s top pop musicians and record producers. Welcome to Felony Miami. Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all.--- ...…
 
The number one call that most cops are afraid to answer is a domestic dispute. Why? Because that's when people are at their most vulnerable, emotional, and unpredictable. Why do relationships seem to make some act so crazy? If we had the answer, we wouldn't be having this conversation. But one thing we do know is that violence is not the way to ...…
 
The slammer, the joint, the clink, the hoosgow, gray bar hotel, the pen, the pokey, the brig, the big house, club fed, up the river, statesville, the can, incarceritis, gangster college, locked up. Whatever you call it, if you're arrested in Miami, you might need one of these folks. Surety agents, bounty hunters, bail bondsmen these are the peo ...…
 
What is justice and who does it serve? Murderers sometimes walk free after 12-15 years in prison, while low level drug offenders can go away for life. Two different killers with two different lawyers get two different sentences. Why? Is Lady Justice blind? Today we welcome Leroy Jones, Denise Georges, Dr. Bernard Ashby, and host Joe Stone.--- S ...…
 
Florida is one of only four states that permanently bans convicted felons from ever voting again in their life. The other three are Kentucky, Iowa, and Virginia. Why is Florida an outlier in restoring felon’s rights?--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/felony-miami/supportBy Felony Miami.
 
Weed, herb, pot, cannabis, good stuff, that sticky icky, chronic, krippie, marijuana, maryjane, OG Kush, Sour Diesel, Purple Urkle, Trainwreck...whatever you call it, in Florida it can still send you to prison. Recreational states have collected over a billion dollars in tax revenue on marijuana, but no state in the South has legalized it for a ...…
 
Gloria Taylor is almost 30 years into a life sentence for non violent drug trafficking. The Assistant U.S. Attorney offered to drop counts against Gloria if she would agree to be sentenced as a habitual felony offender. At their discretion, the judge and prosecutor maxed out her sentence at 999 years. Now, her daughter Gemena Taylor has started ...…
 
On this special joint episode of ClinPharmPod, the official podcast for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, and PSPod, the official podcast of CPT: Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology Karthik Venkatakrishnan from Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Associate Editor for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Lang Li, from the Ohio State Univers ...…
 
On Valentines Day 2018, one of the world's deadliest school shootings took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. We speak with Mr. Chris Mattox, a teacher at the school who was on campus the day of the shooting; Daisy Baez, a former Florida state rep with a U.S. Army background; and Francisco Alvarado, award winnin ...…
 
On today’s episode, Mike Smith from Pfizer, Justin Wilkins from Occams, and Amy Cheung from AstraZeneca discuss “Thoughtflow”, a set of standards compiled by the DDMoRe consortium to help facilitate the capture, storage, and reporting of knowledge in the context of MID3, as well as to support reproducibility.…
 
This episode features Dr. Iñaki F. Trocóniz discussing how pharmacometric techniques can be used to counteract immuno-response suppression by tumor cells. Read his commentary from the January 2017 issue here. Also, please find additional CPT:PSP articles related to this topic in the Immuno-oncology Virtual Issue, which is available here. Listen ...…
 
The renowned French magazine 'Paris Match' publishes 3-4 royal stories a day. How do they choose their content? What makes a great front-cover story; and what has been their best-selling issue to date?Marion Mertenes, Senior Digital Editor of Paris Match takes us behind the scenes of their Royal-Blog department .Read more at: http://www.parisma ...…
 
Together with Brittani Barger, Europe Editor for Royal Central, we talk about the recent trial in Spain. Infanta Cristina (sister of King Felipe), became the first member of the Spanish Royal Family, to have ever faced trial in modern history. Together with her husband Iñaki she was accused of defrauding taxpayers’ money. What actually happened ...…
 
Prince Harry's relationship with American actress Meghan Markle is going from strength to strength. Could we get an American feminist princess joining the British Royal household?! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Linnea and Georges share some of the highlights from their careers.Listen to when Georges missed his life's opportunity at Princess Diana and Charles' wedding and Linnea sharing some of her Scandinavian royal memories. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
This episode features Dr. Satyaprakash Nayak discussing application of advanced pharmacometrics and quantitative systems pharmacology in hematology. Read his article from the July 2016 issue here. Also, please find additional CPT:PSP articles related to hematology in the Hematology Virtual Issue, which is available here. Listen and subscribe fo ...…
 
In this episode, Drs. Scott Marshall from Pfizer, Sandra Visser from Merck, and Amy Cheung from AstraZeneca discuss “Good Practices in Model-Informed Drug Discovery and Development: Practice, Application, and Documentation”: their White Paper published in the March 2016 issue of PSP. You can get free access the White Paper by clicking here. Lis ...…
 
In this episode, Peter Bonate from Astellas, discusses effective communication in systems pharmacology and pharmacometric models. You can read a review of Dr. Bonate’s book Be a Model Communicator and Sell Your Models to Anyone, reviewed by Ellen Leinfuss in the May 2015 issue, by clicking here. Listen and subscribe for free on iTunes and Googl ...…
 
This episode features Sandra Visser and Anne Chain from Merck & Co/MSD, discussing existing practice and modeling approaches and some thoughts with regard to future directions for modeling to assess and predict cardiovascular liabilities of new drugs. You can read Dr. Visser’s Review “Implementation of Quantitative and Systems Pharmacology in L ...…
 
This episode features Lutz Harnisch from Clinical Pharmacology Pharmacometrics at Pfizer, discussing the Drug Disease Model Resources (DDMoRe) consortium. His Perspective article that introduces the activities of the DDMoRe consortium can also be found here. Listen and subscribe for free on iTunes and Google Play…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Shiew-Mei Huang, Deputy Director, Office of Clinical Pharmacology, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the Food and Drug Administration about a drug interaction database–a tool for evaluating the impact of renal or hepatic impairment in a pharmacologic inhibition on the systemic exposure of drugs. Read t ...…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Steven E. Kern, Deputy Director of Quantitative Sciences at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, about infectious diseases in context of the possibilities for pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology to contribute to improve treatments in the area. You can view PSP’s Infectious Diseases virtual issue online t ...…
 
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