By Rebecca Brierley
Release Date: November 11, 2022
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Wojciech Krzyzanski, PhD, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, was named a 2022 fellow of the International Society for Pharmacometrics (ISoP).
ISoP fellowship is awarded in recognition of outstanding professional and scientific contributions to the global pharmacometrics community and sustained volunteer service to the organization.
Krzyzanski, an ISoP member since 2011, was founder and chair of the ISoP Mathematical and Computational Special Interest Group, and now sits as a steering committee member of the group. He currently serves as chair of the ISoP Delays in Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics Working Group and has also served on various committees for ISoP’s American Conference on Pharmacometrics. Since 2019, Krzyzanski has worked as the program director of the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacometrics Software Series.
“Being named an ISoP Fellow acknowledges Dr. Krzyzanski’s numerous research contributions and his sustained commitment to outstanding service to the pharmacometrics community,” says Donald Mager, PharmD, PhD, professor and chair of the UB Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. “He will be joining a prestigious group of scholars, which also includes other esteemed UB faculty and alumni.”
Krzyzanski’s research focuses on pharmacometrics, systems pharmacology and mathematical biology in the therapeutic areas of hematology and iron homeostasis. He has published more than 50 academic journal articles and is an associate editor for the Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics. He has also served on the editorial advisory boards of Drug Metabolism and Disposition; CPT: Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology; and Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine.
He earned a doctoral degree in applied mathematics and a master’s degree in pharmacology and toxicology from UB, as well as a master’s degree in mathematics from Jagiellonian University in Poland.