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24-Jul-2013Nonlinear Mixed-Effects Modelling of In Vitro Drug Susceptibility and Molecular Correlates of Multidrug Resistant Plasmodium falciparumJulie A. Simpson; Kris M. Jamsen; Tim J.C. Anderson; Sophie Zaloumis; Shalini Nair; Charles Woodrow; Nicholas J. White; Francois Nosten; Ric N. Price; University of Melbourne; Texas Biomedical Research Institute; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Mahidol University; Shoklo Malaria Research Unit; Menzies School of Health Research
5-Jul-2011Optimal designs for population pharmacokinetic studies of oral artesunate in patients with uncomplicated falciparum malariaKris M. Jamsen; Stephen B. Duffull; Joel Tarning; Niklas Lindegardh; Nicholas White; Julie A. Simpson; University of Melbourne; University of Otago; Mahidol University; Churchill Hospital
3-May-2012Optimal designs for population pharmacokinetic studies of the partner drugs co-administered with artemisinin derivatives in patients with uncomplicated falciparum malariaKris M. Jamsen; Stephen B. Duffull; Joel Tarning; Niklas Lindegardh; Nicholas J. White; Julie A. Simpson; University of Melbourne; University of Otago; Mahidol University; Centre for Tropical Medicine
18-Nov-2013A robust design for identification of the Parasite Clearance EstimatorKris M. Jamsen; Stephen B. Duffull; Joel Tarning; Ric N. Price; Julie A. Simpson; University of Melbourne; University of Otago; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Menzies School of Health Research; WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN)
4-Sep-2009Towards optimal design of anti-malarial pharmacokinetic studiesJulie A. Simpson; Kris M. Jamsen; Ric N. Price; Nicholas J. White; Niklas Lindegardh; Joel Tarning; Stephen B. Duffull; University of Melbourne; Mahidol University; Menzies School of Health Research; Churchill Hospital; University of Otago