I work in the Pharmacometrics group since 2009, first as a Ph.D. student, and since 2014 as a researcher. My research covers various methodologic aspects of developing and using nonlinear mixed effect models in a drug development setting. I am particularly interested in the modeling of composite endpoints which are used throughout all therapeutic areas but are especially common in neurologic diseases. Another area of my work is the development of tools to streamline the model building process.
Keywords: non-linear mixed effects modelling nonmem item response theory model building
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Dr. Sebastian Ueckert works as a researcher in the Pharmacometrics research group of Uppsala University with a focus on novel modeling approaches for composite endpoints and technologies to streamline model development. He obtained his MSc in Bioinformatics (2009) from the Freie Universität Berlin and his Ph.D. (2014) from Uppsala University. His Ph.D. thesis focused on novel pharmacometric methods for design and analysis of disease progression studies. During his Ph.D., Sebastian did a 1-year internship at Pfizer and worked on a contract analysis as a researcher for Uppsala University. After his Ph.D., Sebastian worked for 18 months as a postdoctoral researcher in the group of France Mentré at the University Paris Diderot.
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