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Thanks to all of you who sent suggestions for good, basic PK/PD textbooks
for use in our project to introduce high school students to
pharmacokinetics models. We are beginning to put some of our
medicine/bioscience models on the web, and they are available at:
or you can access them from the link on our main page at www.shodor.org
These are all student models, the focus is on helping students understand
how to think about medical events from a mathematical perspective.
I am looking for anyone who might be interested in providing some online
"mentoring" to me and my students in the area of PK/PD. Basically, we need
someone who would be willing to look at pages as they are posted on the
Web, make suggestions as to whether or not the science is reasonable and
the results generated from the models more or less valid. I have some
names of local folks, but happy to invite anyone from this community who
has time and interest in working with high school students!
Thanks in advance!
Robert R. Gotwals, Jr., Computational Science Educator
The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.
923 Broad Street Suite 100, Durham, NC 27705
gotwals.-a-.shodor.org WWW: http://storm.shodor.org/~gotwals/gotwals.html
(919) 286-1911 (Voice/TDD) (919) 286-7876 (fax)
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