News update from Physiomics February 2024

News update from Physiomics February 2024

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From us to you – curated cutting-edge research and insights. Welcome to our newsletter, where we share the latest updates from Physiomics and offer insights on the pivotal news shaping the dynamic world of drug development.



Top news



Welcoming Peter Sargent as newly appointed CEO


Peter, who joined Physiomics in September 2023 as Chief Operating Officer, has now been appointed to Chief Executive Officer to take the lead in growing the business and driving the overall strategy.


Peter is taking over from Jim Millen, who will remain part of the Physiomics team as Non-Executive Chairman.


See what he has to say about this exciting news.




New Contract with Numab Therapeutics


We are pleased to announce that we will be working on a new project with existing client Numab Therapeutics, utilising our expertise in PK/PD modelling to support one of Numab’s oncology assets entering the clinic to help inform dose and scheduling decisions.


See more about this news and what Physiomics CEO, Peter Sargent has to say about this opportunity.





11th of February was the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. On a day that was created to promote equal representation and gender equality in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, Physiomics are proud to have a team of scientists that is made up of 50% women. To mark the occasion, we have taken the opportunity to celebrate and get to know some of the brilliant women in our team, their perspectives and inspirations.

Join us as we share their insights, experiences and inspirations through a series of Q&As. Check out the full article here.


Q: What led you to choose a career in mathematical modelling?

Lea: I pursued my interests and what triggered my curiosity. I liked making connections between different subjects and the beauty of an elegant reasoning in mathematics, and I was always curious on how the world was working. So, I started by studying mathematics and physics…


Q: Are there any challenges that you’ve encountered as a woman in science?

Nathalie: I must admit that I have been lucky and haven’t had to face challenges related to being a woman in science, that I have recognised. I did notice, however, that the presence of women in tech fields was scarce in some ….Nowadays we can more easily hear about and follow these inspirational figures via podcasts etc… So as long as young people can see them, there is a bright future for women in science!


Q: What advice would you give to young women aspiring to pursue a career in science?

Lea: Just go for it. It is fascinating, there are so many things to do. And as a woman, you also have your place here….




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