“Research and the State” is a great opportunity for graduate students to share their research or scholarly work with the campus community. K-State graduate students present posters of their research or scholarly work.
In the “Research and the State”, I did a presentation titled “Statistical simulations of the impact of variations in marker residue to total residue ratios of food animal drugs on human food safety”.
I applied statistical Monte Carlo simulation into the pharmacokinetics (PK) study about human food safety.
Click here to see the poster.
The video below was recorded afterward: