The recipient of a doctor of pharmacy from Long Island University, Babak Bamdad is the director of pharmacy at Lincoln Hospital. Based in Great Neck, New York, Babak Bamdad is a member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS).
AAPS regularly organizes workshops for pharmaceutical scientists to promote learning among members. From May 6 to 7, AAPS will host a workshop at the Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor to connect predictive modelers. Organized with the goal of increasing predictive modeling’s collective impact on pharmaceutical science, the workshop will bring together modelers from various pharma disciplines to advance education and collaboration for the benefit of all.
At the workshop, pharmaceutical scientists from the academic, industry, and regulatory fields will discuss the commonalities and differences of their modeling philosophies and practices. They will also share the tools and techniques underlying current modeling practices across disciplines and discover emerging technologies inspiring the future of predictive modeling. The scientists will also agree on predictive modeling best practices, establish approaches for communicating modeling results to decision makers, and identify opportunities for collaboration and efficiency gains. Attendees will receive session slides after the event.
At Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, Babak Bamdad’s primary duties involve establishing and maintaining quality, performance, and productivity standards in accordance with those set by Presentation Medical Center.