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Anatomy & Physiology
College of Veterinary Medicine
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Manhattan, KS 66506-5802

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  • Dr. Lin was invited to attend the 14th Conference on Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology from Oct. 17-20, 2017 in Qingdao, China and to visit Department of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology in Huazhong Agricultural University (HAU) from Oct. 21-26, Wuhan, China. Dr. Lin did multiple presentations and met a group of renowned pharmacologists and toxicologists in the conference. He also presented a series of lectures on PBPK modeling and discussed potential collaborative projects with Dr. Zonghui Yuan and Dr. Lingli Huang during his visit in HAU. These activities were recently highlighted at K-State Today (Nov 14) and CVM Lifelines (Nov issue). (11/14/2017)
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  • Dr. Lin received the 2017-2018 K-State CVM Success for Young Investigators (SUCCESS-FYI) award to support his computational nanotechnology research. (10/30/2017)
  • Dr. Lin served as a Grant Review Panel Member on the Program of “Agriculture Systems and Technology: Nanotechnology for Agricultural and Food Systems” for USDA NIFA. (10/20/2017)
  • Dr. Lin was invited to write a Perspectives article by The Journal of Physiology. His article entitled “Advance in physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling: from the organ level to sub-organ level based on experimental data” was accepted recently. (10/16/2017)
  • Farewell party for Dongping. Dongping will complete his one-year training in the ICCM at K-State and return back to his home university next week. Congratulations to Dongping on his excellent work and on all his achievements. Thank you for your contribution to this group. (09/29/2017)
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  • Miao, Dongping, and Yi-Hsien each did an invited seminar in Department of Anatomy and Physiology at K-State. The title of Miao’s presentation is “Application of Population Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Models for Penicillin G in Food-producing Animals (swine, cattle, heavy sows and dairy cows) to Facilitate Food Safety Assessment”. The title of Dongping’s presentation is “Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling of tildipirosin against Pasterurella multocida in a murine lung infection model”. The title of Yi-Hsien’s presentation is “Probabilistic risk assessment of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) by integrating in vitro and in vivo toxicity with physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model”. Excellent job! (09/25/2017)
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  • Miao did an oral presentation entitled “Application of Population Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Models for Penicillin G in Food-producing Animals to Facilitate Food Safety Assessment” during the K-State Postdoc Appreciation Week. Good job! (09/21/2017)
  • Dr. Lin was promoted to be the Principal Investigator and the Regional Director at the Midwest Regional Center of the Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD) program. He received a grant from USDA NIFA to support his FARAD-related research. (09/14/2017)
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  • Dr. Lin received a R03 grant from NIH NIBIB. This is a 2-year project. The title of this project is “Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling and analysis of nanoparticle delivery to tumors”. Dr. DeLong is a Co-Investigator in this project. (08/30/2017)
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  • Dr. Lin served as a Representative of the ICCM and attended the meeting on “Ractopamine Residue Avoidance: Development of Scientific Strategy Meeting of Scientific Experts in the Beef Industry” in Denver, CO August 30, 2017. This meeting was organized by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), the United States Meat Export Federation (USMEF), and the North American Meat Institute (NAMI). (08/30/2017)
  • Dr. Li and Dr. Lin successfully completed the Simcyp Workshop on “Hands-on experience with model-informed drug development: incorporating population variability into mechanistic prediction of PK and modeling PK-PD” held from July 10-14, 2017 in San Francisco, CA. With these two certificates, the ICCM center is eligible to install two academic licenses of Simcyp for research purposes. (07/14/2017)
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  • Dongping’s manuscript entitled “Pharmacokinetics of mequindox and its marker residue 1,4-bisdesoxymequindox in swine following repeated oral and intramuscular administration: an experimental study coupled with population physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling” has been accepted by Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Congratulations. (06/22/2017)
  • Miao has been appointed as ad hoc Postdoctoral Representative for the Continuing Education Committee of Society of Toxicology. Congratulations and thank you for serving for the international scientific community. (06/16/2017)
  • Miao’s manuscript entitled “Development and application of a population physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for penicillin G in swine and cattle for food safety assessment” has been accepted by Food and Chemical Toxicology. Congratulations. (06/13/2017)
  • Dr. Lin was invited to do a webinar for the Society of Toxicology (SOT) Biological Modeling Specialty Section (BMSS). The title of his presentation is “Performance assessment and translation of individual or population physiologically based pharmacokinetic models from acslX to Berkeley Madonna, MATLAB, and R language”. The presentation will be at 11:00-11:59am on July 21st (Central Time). (06/07/2017)
  • Dongping did a poster presentation at the AAVPT Symposium. The title of his presentation is “Pharmacokinetics of mequindox and its marker residue 1,4-bisdesoxymequindox in swine following repeated oral and intramuscular administration: an experimental study coupled with population physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling”. Good job! (05/22/2017)

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  • Trevor received the Most Promising Student Award in Division of Biology at K-State. Congratulations! (05/06/2017)
  • Dr. Lin gave a talk entitled “Physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling: a tool to extrapolate from animals to humans and from cells to organisms” as part of the A&P Departmental TED Talk series. (04/10/2017)
  • Our manuscript entitled “Performance Assessment and Translation of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Models from acslX to Berkeley Madonna, MATLAB, and R language: Oxytetracycline and Gold Nanoparticles as Case Examples” has been accepted for publication in Toxicological Sciences. (04/04/2017)
  • Dr. Raymond S.H. Yang visited ICCM, attended our group meeting and offered guest lectures to the PBPK modeling course. Thank you! (04/03/2017)

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  • Dr. Lin did a poster presentation at the SOT meeting. The title of his presentation is “Nano In-vitro Cellular Uptake Simulator (NICUS): A New Model to Quantitate Nanomaterial Endocytosis Kinetics and Intracellular Dose”. (03/14/2017)
  • Dr. Lin served as a Host Mentor for the Society of Toxicology Sunday Undergraduate Education Program. (03/12/2017)

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  • Miao has been selected as the Postdoctoral Representative for the Central States Society of Toxicology (CSSOT). Congratulations! (03/08/2017)
  • Miao and Trevor did oral presentations at the KSU CVM Phi Zeta Research Day. The title of Miao’s presentation is “Development and Application of a Population Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Model for Penicillin G in Swine and Cattle for Food Safety Assessment”. The title of Trevor’s presentation is “Development and application of a multi-route physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for methadone in Beagle and Greyhound dogs”. Good job! (03/07/2017)
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  • Paula Oliver from University of Chile joined us as a short-term visiting student. Welcome! (02/15/2017)
  • Dr. Lin presented an invited seminar in Department of Statistics. The title of his talk is “Applications of Population Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Models in Toxicology”. (02/09/2017)
  • Congratulations to Miao on being selected as the Postdoctoral Representative for the Society of Toxicology (SOT) Biological Modeling Specialty Section (BMSS)! (02/07/2017)
  • Dr. Jeffrey W. Fisher visited ICCM, attended our group meeting, offered guest lectures to the PBPK modeling course, and presented a seminar entitled “Using PBPK Models for Bisphenol A Safety Assessments”! Thank you! (02/06/2017) 

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  • Shiqiang passed his qualifying exam. Congratulations! (02/03/2017)
  • Dr. Lin successfully completed the K-State Global Campus Online Essentials course training. This training prepared Dr. Lin for teaching his online course entitled “Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling” (AP 873) starting from the Spring 2017 semester.