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College of Veterinary Medicine

Anatomy & Physiology
College of Veterinary Medicine
Kansas State University

1620 Denison Avenue
228 Coles Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-5802

785-532-5666

AP@vet.k-state.edu

Group Members

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Principle Investigator

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Zhoumeng Lin

Ph.D., Toxicology, The University of Georgia
B.Med., Preventive Medicine, Southern Medical University

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Institute of Computational Comparative Medicine
Department of Anatomy and Physiology, College of Veterinary Medicine
Ancillary Faculty, Department of Statistics
Graduate Faculty, Master of Public Health Program
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506
Office: P201 Mosier Hall
Phone: 785-532-4087
Email: Zhoumeng@ksu.edu

A&P Faculty Page

Postdoctoral Fellows

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Miao Li

Co-mentored by Dr. Jim E. Riviere and Dr. Ronette Gehring

B.S., Biopharmaceutics, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong
University of Science and Technology
M.S., Environmental Health, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong 
University of Science and Technology
Ph.D., Human Toxicology, University of Iowa

Office: P222C Mosier Hall
Phone: 785-532-4940
Email: miaoli@ksu.edu

My research interest is the application of PBPK modeling to conduct interspecies extrapolation for toxicology or human health risk assessment. My project is focused on using PBPK modeling to predict tissue residues and withdrawal time for veterinary drugs in food-producing animals, such as cattle, swine, sheep, goat, buffalo, and chicken.

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Yi-Hsien Cheng

Co-mentored by Dr. Jim E. Riviere

B.S., Soil and Environmental Sciences, National Chung Hsing University
Ph.D., Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering, National Taiwan University

Office: P222C Mosier Hall
Phone: 785-532-4940
Email: yhcheng1987@ksu.edu

My research interest is in applying PBPK modeling to aid risk assessment of nanoparticles (NPs) and environmental chemicals. Current research focuses on PBPK modeling of gold nanoparticles.

Graduate Students
Undergraduate Researchers

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Trevor Elwell-Cuddy

Office: P222C Mosier Hall
Phone: 785-532-4940
Email: elwellcudt@ksu.edu

My research project is to develop a population physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model for methadone in Beagles and Greyhounds.

Visiting Students/Scholars
Alumni

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Shiqiang Jin

Graduate Research Assistant

Co-mentored by Dr. Gyuhyeong Goh

B.S. Statistics, Fuzhou University
M.S., Applied Statistics, Lanzhou University

Office: P222C Mosier Hall
Phone: 785-532-4940
Email: jinsq@ksu.edu

My research interest is in the integration of statistical methods and with physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling. Current projects are focused on PBPK modeling analysis using Monte Carlo sampling technique, Global Sensitivity Analysis method, and Bayesian inference with Markov chain Monte and Carlo simulation.

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Paula Solar Oliver

Visiting Student

Current: PhD student at the University of Chile

 

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Dongping Zeng

Visiting Scholar

Co-mentored by Dr. Jim E. Riviere

Ph.D., Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, South China Agricultural University

Office: P222C Mosier Hall
Phone: 785-532-4940
Email: donytsang@ksu.edu

My research interest is in veterinary pharmacokinetics and drug residues of food-producing animals. Current research is focused on the development and application of PBPK and PK/PD models to estimate drug tissue residues and withdrawal times and to help optimize drug therapeutic regimens in food animals.