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Julia, JuliaTeam, JuliaRun and Pumas help pharma companies with end-to-end drug development, pharmacometrics, quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) and pharmaceuticals analytics. Our products provide productivity gains, performance improvements, scalability and cost savings.

Our products are disrupting the world of pharmacometrics

Pumas is the comprehensive platform for pharmaceutical modeling and simulation, providing a single tool for the entire drug development pipeline.
This includes pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic (PK/PD), physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK), and quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) models. Pumas can also perform non-compartmental analysis (NCA), bioequivalence and in vitro-in vivo correlation (IVIVC) analysis providing a common toolset to perform all analyses in the horizontal of clinical drug development and clinical trial simulation. Pumas is the first platform to provide true integration of pharmacometric models with convolution neural networks and other machine learning approaches. Pumas is massively scalable with an inherent ability to run on GPUs and on any hosted or private cloud computing setups in conjunction with JuliaTeam and JuliaRun. Pumas is a product from Pumas-AI, Inc.
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The Power of One
Single solution from pre-trial to launch in a drug development workfow, obviating the need for multiple languages, products, and solutions
Every Stage Simplifed
Much easier to develop and use models. Easy for a new user to learn. Easy to parallelize.
Speed Up. Accelerate.
10x to 100x faster than other traditional products. Works seamlessly on GPUs.
Unlimited Scalability
Pumas can be run on a single laptop or desktop or on a server, and can be easily scaled to large number of cores or nodes in a private data center or on AWS, on Azure or Google Cloud
Powered by ML
Leverages machine learning, including the ability to explain the models for regulatory purposes.
End to End
Single language for both interactive development and deployment to production

Making quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) faster and cheaper by 100x

Julia is used in QSP for model-informed drug development (MIDD) to signifcantly accelerate drug development and, at the same time, provide robust analyses.
Julia makes the entire system easy and quick to develop, computationally efficient, scalable and enables seamless acceleration with GPUs. This increases productivity, reduces cost and time-to-market.
Use data analytics to accelerate drug discovery and development
Improve efficiency of clinical trials
Target patient population more effectively
Gain insights into patient behavior
Safety and risk management
Marketing analytics and sales analytics
Our customer journey
  • 01
    Learn about our products and how you can leverage AI
  • 02
    Implement our solution at your preferred pace
  • 03
    Experiment with a new project in Pumas & Julia
  • 04
    Educate your team through scheduled training
  • 05
    Scale your results in the cloud with JuliaTeam and JuliaRun
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see how julia is being used in pharmaceuticals
PuMaS.jl: Pharmaceutical Modeling and
Simulation Engine
Chris R.
Nonlinear Mixed Effects Models with
Vaibhav Dixit
PuMaS - Pharmaceutical Modeling and Simulation
Dr. Vijay Ivaturi

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related packages & products

For pharmaceutical modelling and simulation

Julia scales from a single laptop or desktop to dozens, hundreds or thousands of nodes in the cloud (AWS, Azure and Google Cloud)

Manage private and public packages for your entire organization

For fitting (statistical) mixed-effects models

For numerically solving differential equations

For multivariate statistics and data analysis

For kernel density estimators

Statistical bootstrapping library for Julia

Bayesian inference with probabilistic programming

Probabilistic programming via source rewriting

Metropolis-Hastings algorithms

Hamiltonian Monte Carlo algorithms

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