Sinziana Cristea (M.Sc.) is a PhD student at the Division of Pharmacology.
Sinziana Cristea studied Pharmacy in Romania from 2007 till 2012 followed by a Masters in Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences in Leiden from 2013-2015. During her Masters, she did internships at the Division of Pharmacology on quantitative measurements of drug concentrations using (U)HPLC-MS and at the Center for Human Drug Research on PKPD modeling of antipsychotics. In 2015, she moved to Simcyp to work as a Research Associate, focusing on the development of a PBPK model for skin absorption. In December 2015, she started a PhD project aiming to get to predictive models on maturation of renal elimination processes, ultimately to guide dosing of renally excreted drugs in children. To achieve this, she will develop semi-physiological models, combining PBPK techniques with population modeling approaches on data sets of various renally excreted drugs across the pediatric population within the context of the TiPharma PKPD modelling platform.
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