Press Release Systems Medicine Review Pharamco Psychiatry Bmsystems 12052012
Psychiatric Systems Medicine: From concepts to the first industrially operational results. PharmacoPsychiatry publishes our latest invited review: Psychiatric Systems Medicine: Closer at Hand than Anticipated but not with the Expected Portrait.
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PRESS RELEASE: PARIS May 10, 2012: Psychiatric Systems Medicine: From concepts to thefirst industrially operational results. PharmacoPsychiatry publishes our latest invitedreview: Psychiatric Systems Medicine: Closer at Hand than Anticipated but not with theExpected Portrait.We are very pleased to share with you a very interesting new contribution that deciphers,for the first time, Systems Medicine with a specific focus on CNS disorders.Dr François Iris, CSO of BMSystems, was invited by PharmacoPhsychiatry to publish the firstreview describing a productive vision of Psychiatric Systems Medicine and our latestachievements in this domain. This paper embodies a new concept that will change medicalresearch organization and interactions between clinicians and researchers.Its title: Psychiatric Systems Medicine: Closer at Hand than Anticipated but not with theExpected Portrait.You will discover that the work described in this review led to the creation of a spin-offexploiting truly innovative psychiatric treatments (WO/2010/029131) that allow verysignificant dosage reductions (from 5 to 20 times) for existing therapies!You can have access to the abstract and the full text version following this link:DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-0032-1309002In case you couldn’t access the paper, please do let me know. We have some reprints wecould send you. Click hereIMPORTANT: If you want to get a clear review of the Differences & ComplementaritiesBetween « Heuristic » and « Mathematical » approaches, we invite you to download ourpresentation given during the EPA (European Psychiatric Association) conference in 2011that is now utilized in training programs.We shall also be happy to have the opportunity to meet you during the Bio Convention inBoston, at Bio Europe in Düsseldorf or to "meet you" on LinkedIn should we not be alreadylinked.Do not hesitate to contact us for further information.Best regardsManuel Gea,Co-founder & CEO BIO-MODELING SYSTEMSHeuristic Systems Biology26, rue Saint Lambert 75015Paris, France +firstname.lastname@example.org://www.linkedin.com/pub/manuel-gea/0/360/22b© BMsystems www.bmsystems.net
ABOUT BMSYSTEMS:BMSystems created in 2004, profitable since 2006, is the first, and to date, the only companythat succeeded to create in-silico Heuristic models validated in-vivo. We generate pertinentnew hypotheses, and launch lower risks programs without being obliged to change partnersor clients existing R&D processes in the fields of neurology; psychiatry, pain, oncology,infectious diseases, dermatology, and industrial biotech.What the company already did for itself: 5 publications, 4 patents, 2 therapeutic spin-offs(Pherecydes-Pharma/Bacterial infections, Theranexus/CNS), it can do it with your companyto refill its pipeline:• Disease understanding / redefinition.• New therapeutic strategies• New associations of existing molecules (other indications, generics).• Identification/selection of pertinent predictive Biomarkers.• R&D programs evaluation.• Drug (re)positioning /(re)profiling/ rescue.FOR CONCEPT INFORMATIONThe Differences & Complementarities Between« Heuristic » and « Mathematical » approaches.Heuristics:A problems solving approach evaluating each step in a process, searching for satisfactorysolutions rather than for optimal solutions, using all, available qualitative informationinstead of quantitative information.Thus,Heuristic modeling starts from accumulated information to produce a model capable ofdescribing the mechanisms that generated the observed outcome / data and predict theirmodifications associated with a different outcome;It plays the role of an architect.WhileMathematical (Bayesian) modeling starts from quantitative data to produce models capableof reiterating this data and predict the outcome of a different experimental paradigm.It plays the role of an engineer.HenceFar from being incompatible, these two approaches are complementary.© BMsystems www.bmsystems.net