About

Vision Statement

OsMoSiS aims to democratize the tools required for modeling and simulation (M&S) activities for quantitative clinical sciences.

Goals

OsMoSiS has three fundamental goals -

  1. Develop and deploy open source tools for the M&S community in quantitative clinical sciences
  2. Launch a collaborative effort to develop educational resources for community members to utilize open source tools
  3. Promote local, regional, national and international communities through extensive support to osmocon’s - flagship workshops/conference of OsMoSiS

Meet our Community

OsMoSiS is a community driven effort. The project originally came together from conversations between like-minded researchers and continues to expand as more people contribute tools, expertise, and research ideas. We welcome a global community of researchers, students, software developers, and various others working towards improving the world of quantitative clinical science. We welcome you to join us and help improve tools and practices available to researchers.

How to join our community

If you have any project that you would like to be involved with, the best place for you to start with is the discussion board(http://discuss.go-isop.org/)

Contribute

We will be setting forth the guidelines and structure for contributions

Meet our Community

Leadership Team

OsMoSiS project lead

Vijay Ivaturi

OsMoSiS project lead

OsMoSiS scientific lead

Kyle Baron

OsMoSiS scientific lead

OsMoSiS technical lead

Devin Pastoor

OsMoSiS technical lead

Scientific Advisors

Uppsala University

Mats Karlson

Uppsala University

Pfizer

Brian Corrigan

Pfizer

Metrum Research Group

Marc Gastonguay

Metrum Research Group

InsightRx

Ron Keizer

InsightRx

Technical Advisors

To be announced