Institut Pasteur de Bangui
Fred Parham, Ph.D., is a mathematical statistician in the Toxicoinformatics Group within the Biomolecular Screening Branch of the National Toxicology Program (NTP) Division. He came to the Branch in the summer of 2010 after spending several years working in the Environmental Systems Biology group of the NIEHS Division of Intramural Research. He is currently working on various projects involving the analysis and interpretation of high throughput screening data. He received his B. S. in mathematics from Duke University in 1984 and his Ph. D. from Princeton University in 1989.
Parham FM, Kohn MC, Matthews HB, DeRosa C, Portier CJ. Using structural information to create physiologically based pharmacokinetic models for all polychlorinated biphenyls : I: Tissue:blood partition coefficients. TAP 1997; 144:340-347.
Freeman GB, Dill JA, Johnson, JD, Kurtz PJ, Parham FM, Mathews HB. Comparative absorption of lead from contaminated soil and lead salts by weanling fischer 344 rats. , Fundam Appl Toxicol 1996; 33:109-119.