PhD defence by Asbjørn Nøhr-Nielsen

Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Modelling of Fixed-Dose Combinations: A Regulatory Perspective

Assessment committee
(Chairperson) Associate Professor Uffe Kristiansen, University of Copenhagen
Dr Troels Bergmann, University of Southern Denmark
Professor Janet Mifsud, University of Malta

Supervisors
Associate Professor Trine Meldgaard Lund (principal supervisor), University of Copenhagen
Professor Emiritus Ole Jannik Bjerrum, University of Copenhagen
Associate Professor Theis Lange, University of Copenhagen
PhD Mikael Thomsen, Conrig Pharma ApS
Professor Marie Louise De Bruin, University of Copenhagen

Department
Drug Design and Pharmacology

Graduate Programme
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Place of study
The experimental work took place at the Drug Design and Pharmacology, Copenhagen Centre for Regulatory Science, Department of Pharmacy, at University of Copenhagen, and at University of South Australia, Adelaide.

Place of defence
The PhD defense can be accessed using the following link: https://ucph-ku.zoom.us/j/6276889628?pwd=UzRRWDd4U0lweEs4YlpzamUwT1Nndz09 
Password: PKPD

To attend the PhD defence, please follow the link and hereafter the instructions to download the required Zoom-client. If the Zoom-client is incompatible with your pc, smartphone etc. you can attend via an Internet browser. Log-in in due time before to allow time to install the Zoom-client.

As the defence is held as a digital defence, we kindly ask guests who do not have an active role in the defence to mute your microphones and leave your cameras turned off during the defence. 

The defense will follow the normal guidelines for a PhD defense, meaning; the Chair will initiate the defense, followed by Asbjørn Nøhr-Nielsen's presentation (app. 45 min) and thereafter the assessment committee will ask questions. The general audience is subsequently allowed to ask questions. For general audience to ask questions, we encourage the use of the chat function in order to keep track of questions.

Ask for a copy of the thesis
asbj.nn@gmail.com