CURRICULUM VITAE

Eric A. Sherer, Ph.D.

 

PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS

Associate Professor and Program Chair of Chemical Engineering

George & Jean Baldwin Professorship in Engineering

Louisiana Tech University

PO Box 10348

Ruston, LA 71272

Phone:  318-257-3236

Email:  esherer@latech.edu

 

EXPERIENCE

2018 – present  Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2017 – present George & Jean Baldwin Professorship in Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2016 – present  Program Chair of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2015 – present  Program Coordinator for M.S. Engineering – Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2012 – 2018         Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

 

POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING

2010 – 2012         Disease and therapeutic response modeling fellow, Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Indiana School of Medicine

2008 – 2010         Medical informatics fellow, Roudebush VA Medical Center HSR&D

EDUCATION

2007       Ph.D.     Chemical Engineering, Purdue University

2004       M.S.       Chemical Engineering, Purdue University

2001       B.S.        Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology

 

TEACHING AND MENTORING ACTIVITIES

Teaching

2019 Outstanding Faculty in the College of Engineering and Science, Louisiana Tech University

2018 Outstanding Faculty in the College of Engineering and Science, Louisiana Tech University

2015 – present  Transport Phenomena (CMEN 304), Louisiana Tech University

2013 – 2015         Advanced Thermodynamics (CMEN 522), Louisiana Tech University

2013 – present  Unit Operations I - Fluid Mechanics (CMEN 213), Louisiana Tech University

2012 – present  Numerical Methods for Chemical Engineers (CMEN 425), Louisiana Tech University

2012                       Advanced Chemical Reaction Kinetics (CMEN 504), Louisiana Tech University

2004 Magoon Award for Excellence in Teaching, Purdue University

Mentoring – Graduate students (chair)

2018 – present Shashank Vadyala – PhD student, Computational Analysis & Modeling, Louisiana Tech University

2016 – present Hillary Husband – PhD student, Molecular Science and Nanotechnology, Louisiana Tech University

2014 – present Farid Heidarnejad – PhD student, Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2018                       Grace Joseph, PhD, Computational Analysis & Modeling, Louisiana Tech University

Mentoring – Graduate students (committee)

2018                       Md Ashique Ahmed – PhD thesis committee, Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2017                       Chinedu Okafor – MS thesis committee, Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2016                       Hollin Vicedomini – MS thesis committee, Mathematics, Louisiana Tech University

2015                       Isidro Magaña – PhD thesis committee, Biomedical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

2011                       Sally Perng – MS thesis committee, Industrial Engineering, Purdue University

2011                       Sanmit Ambedkar – MS thesis committee, Industrial Engineering, Purdue University

Mentoring – Undergraduate students

2017 – 2018         Michael Bullock, Thomas Green, Luke Guillemaud, Barrett Kyle, Kellan Lockhart, Christian McClanahan, Mariyana Mihaylova, Nick Ruff, Devin Savoy, and Peyton Steib – Undergraduate research, Louisiana Tech University

2016 – 2017         Jonathan Culp and De’Quinton Gie – Undergraduate research, Louisiana Tech University

2015 – 2016         Chris Boyle – Undergraduate research, Louisiana Tech University

2010                       Michael Catlin, MD – Summer research internship, Discovery Park, Purdue University

2008                       Adrian Perez – Purdue Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)

2006 – 2007         Curtis Studebaker – Senior science project, Lafayette Jeff H.S., Lafayette, IN

2004 – 2005         Elizabeth Tocce, PhD – Senior honors thesis in Chemical Engineering, Purdue University

2004 – 2005         Bonnie Co and Mike Priscal – Undergraduate research, Purdue University

2003 – 2004         Ryan Vargo, PhD – Senior honors thesis in Chemical Engineering, Purdue University

2003 – 2004         Robert Parker, MD – Undergraduate research, Purdue University

 

SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP

2017 – 2018         Leadership Team Associate for the College of Engineering and Science, Louisiana Tech University

2016 – present  Treasurer for the Louisiana Region II Science and Engineering Fair, Louisiana Tech University

2016 – present Co-director of the ChemE Camp, Louisiana Tech University

2016 – 2018         Vice President of Sigma Xi, Louisiana Tech University

2016                       Judge for Louisiana Tech Research Symposium, Louisiana Tech University

2013 – 2016         Judge for Louisiana Region II Science and Engineering Fair, Louisiana Tech University

2013                       Science Olympiad regional events coordinator, Louisiana Tech University

2013, 2017           Judge for Freshman Design Expo, Louisiana Tech University

2011                       Organizing committee, First Annual Disease and Therapeutic Response Modeling Symposium, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN

2009 – 2010         Roudebush VA HSR&D fellowship workgroup

2004 – 2005         Graduate Student Organization (ChE) Vice President, Purdue University

2003                       Graduate Student Organization (ChE) Industrial Liaison, Purdue University

2001 – 2006         Science Olympiad regional events coordinator, Purdue University

 

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES

Ad hoc reviewer for:

American Journal of Applied Sciences

American Journal of Biostatistics

BMC Health Services Research

British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

Chemical Engineering Science

Clinical and Experimental Gastroenterology

Epidemiology – Theory, Research and Practice (book)

IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics

Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology

Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics

Open Access Surgery

Pharmaceutical Research

 

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

24.  Joseph G, Heidarnejad F, and Sherer E, “Evaluating the cost-effective use of follow-up colonoscopy based on screening findings and age.”  Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, 2019:  Article ID 2476565, 2019.

 

23.  Carpenter G, Myers H, Sherer E, Evans K, and O’Neal P, “Closed loop intravenous drug administration using photoplethysmography.”  IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine, 6: 1-8, 2018.

 

22.  Cicciarelli B, Sherer E, and Melvin A, “ChemE Camp: A two-day workshop to increase student preparedness for chemical engineering curricula.”  Chemical Engineering Education, 52: 187-196, 2018.

 

21. Sehdev A, Sherer E, Hui S, Wu J, and Haggstrom D, “Patterns of computed tomography surveillance in survivors of colorectal cancer at Veterans Health Administration facilities.”  Cancer, 123: 2338-2351, 2017.

        Journal impact factor:  5.649 (Ranking: 17/198 in Cancer Research)

 

20.  Kordal R, Cahoy D, Minkabo S, and Sherer E, “Discovery Process – R&D lead time needed for innovation.”  Technology Transfer and Entrepeneurship, 3: 32-39, 2016.

 

19.   Sherer E, Fisher D, Barnd J, Jackson G, Provensale D, and Haggstrom D, “The accuracy and completeness for receipt of colorectal cancer care using Veterans Health Administration administrative data.” BMC Health Services Research, 16: 50, 2016.

Journal impact factor:  1.712 (Ranking:  27/212 in Health Policy)

 

18.   Kordal R, Cahoy D, Koev B, and Sherer E, “Prevalence of serial inventors within academia.”  Technology and Innovation, 17: 113-126, 2016.

 

17.   Imler T, Morea J, Kahi C, Sherer E, Cardwell J, Johnson CS, Xu H, Ahnen D, Antaki F, Ashley C, Baffy G, Cho I, Dominitz J, Hou J, Korsten M, Nagar A, Promrat K, Robertson D, Saini S, Shergill A, Smalley W, and Imperiale T, “Multi-center colonoscopy quality measurement utilizing natural language processing.” The American Journal of Gastroenterology, 110: 543-552, 2015 (Corrigendum 110: 1743, 2015).

Times cited:  21

Journal impact factor:  10.755 (Ranking:  3/130 in Gastroenterology)

 

16.   Magaña I, Yendluri R, Adhikari P, Goodrich G, Schwarz J, Sherer E, and O’Neal DP, “Suppression of the reticuloendothelial system using λ-carrageenan to prolong the circulation of gold nanoparticles.”  Therapeutic Delivery, 6: 777-783, 2015.

Journal impact factor:  3.027 (Ranking:  36/205 in Pharmaceutical Science)

 

15.   Li C, Sherer E, Lewis L, and Bies R, “Clinical trial simulation to evaluate population pharmacokinetics and food effect: Capturing abiraterone and nilotinib exposures.”  Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 55: 556-562, 2015.

Journal impact factor:  2.472 (Ranking:  74/252 in Pharmacology (medical)) 

 

14.   Sale M and Sherer E, “A genetic algorithm based global search strategy for population pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics model selection.”  British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 79: 28-39, 2015.

Journal impact factor:  2.958 (Ranking: 28/252 in Pharmacology (medical))

 

13.   Imperiale T, Juluri R, Sherer E, Glowinski E, Johnson C, and Morelli M, “A risk index for advanced neoplasia on the second surveillance colonoscopy in persons with previous adenomatous polyps.”  Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 80: 471-478, 2014.

Times cited: 7

Journal impact factor: 6.210 (Ranking: 7/130 in Gastroenterology)

 

12.   Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “A predictive model of longitudinal, patient-specific colonoscopy results.”  Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 112: 563-579, 2013.

Journal impact factor:  1.555 (Ranking: 12/122 in Health Informatics)

 

11.   Sherer E, Bies R, Clancy P, Norman P, and Golledge J, “Growth of screen-detected abdominal aortic aneurysms in men: A Bayesian analysis.”  CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology, 1: e12, 2012.

Journal impact factor:  7.390 (Ranking:  69/337 in Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine)

 

10.   Sherer E, Sale M, Pollock B, Belani C, Egorin M, Ivy P, Lieberman J, Manuck S, Marder S, Muldoon M, Scher H, Solit D, and Bies R, “Application of a single-objective, hybrid genetic algorithm for pharmacokinetic model building.”  Journal of Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics, 39: 393-414, 2012.

Journal impact factor:  1.808 (Ranking: 146/329 in Pharmacology)

 

9.       Aregbe A, Sherer E, Feng Y, Ramanathan R, Belani C, Solit D, Scher H, Holleran J, Ivy P, Egorin M, and Bies R, “Population pharmacokinetic characteristics of 17-d-methyl-allyl-geldanamycin.”  Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology, 70: 201-205, 2012.

Journal impact factor:  2.795 (Ranking: 41/252 in Pharmacology (medical))

 

8.       Sherer E, Imler T, and Imperiale T, “The effect of preparation quality for colonoscopy on adenoma detection rates.”  Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 75: 545-553, 2012.

Times cited:  50

Journal impact factor: 6.210 (Ranking: 7/130 in Gastroenterology)

 

7.       Imperiale T, Sherer E, Balph J, Cardwell J, and Qi R, “Provider acceptance, safety, and effectiveness of a computer-based decision tool for colonoscopy preparation.”  International Journal of Medical Informatics, 80: 726-733, 2011.

*Selected as a notable publication in the field of biomedical informatics, November 2010 – October 2011, by the American Medical Informatics Association

Journal impact factor: 2.061 (Ranking: 6/122 in Health Informatics)

 

6.       Noble S, Sherer E, Hannemann R, Ramkrishna D, Vik T, and Rundell A, “Using adaptive model predictive control to customize maintenance therapy chemotherapeutic dosing for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.”  Journal of Theoretical Biology, 264: 990-1002, 2010.

Times cited: 28

Journal impact factor: 2.351 (Ranking: 36/457 in Modeling and Simulation)

 

5.       Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D.  “Application of Stochastic Equations of Population Balances to Sterilization Processes.”  Chemical Engineering Science, 64: 764-774, 2009.  

Journal impact factor: 2.386 (Ranking: 35/364 in Chemical Engineering)

 

4.       Sherer E and Ramkrishna D.  “Stochastic Analysis of Multi-State Systems.”  Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 47: 3430-3437, 2008.

Journal impact factor: 2.206 (Ranking: 40/364 in Chemical Engineering)

 

3.       Sherer E, Tocce E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D.  “Identification of Age-Structured Models: Cell Cycle Phase Transitions.”  Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 99: 960-974, 2008. 

Times cited: 24

Journal impact factor: 3.648 (Ranking: 20/160 in Bioengineering)

 

2.       Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Estimation of Likely Cancer Cure Using First and Second Order Product Densities of Population Balance Models.”  Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 35: 903-915, 2007.

Journal impact factor: 2.575 (Ranking: 37/321 in Biomedical Engineering)

 

1.       Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Analysis of Resonance Chemotherapy in Leukemia Treatment via Multi-Staged Population Balance Models.”  Journal of Theoretical Biology, 240: 648-661, 2006.

Times cited:  21

Journal impact factor: 2.351 (Ranking: 36/457 in Modeling and Simulation)

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Sherer E, Huang H, Imperiale T, Nanda G, and Lehto M, “Identification of high risk patients for colonoscopy surveillance from EMR text.” In W. Karwowski (Ed.), Advances in Physical and Ergonomics and Safety (pp. 88-95).  New York:  CRC Press, 2012.

 

CONFERENCE OR SYMPOSIUM PUBLICATIONS

Husband H and Sherer E, “Simulation with PBPK model-guided controller for improved therapeutic exposure of doxorubicin.”  Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, 45: S35, 2018.

Imperiale T, Myers L, Imler T, Sherer E, Larson J, and Kahi C, “Outcomes in veterans with advanced colorectal adenomas.”  Gastroenterology, 154: S-769, 2018.

Imperiale T, Myers L, Sherer E, Imler T, Kahi C, Larson J, and Ransohoff D, “ Colorectal cancer outcomes in veterans with non-advanced neoplasia.”  American Journal of Gastroenterology, 112: S110-S113, 2017.

Imperiale T, Imler T, Sherer E, Kahi C, Larson J, Cardwell J, Johnson C, Antaki F, Ashley C, Baffy G, Cho I, Dominitz J, Hou J, Korsten M, Nagar A, Patel S, Kittichai P, Robertson D, Saini S, Shaw R, Shergill A, and Smelley W, “An electronic medical record-based scoring system for estimating the risk of advanced neoplasia in veterans.”  American Journal of Gastroenterology, 111: S105, 2016.

*2016 ACG award recipient in the area of CRC prevention

Imperiale T, Imler T, Sherer E, Kahi C, Larson J, Cardwell J, Johnson C, Antaki F, Ashley C, Baffy G, Cho I, Dominitz J, Hou J, Korsten M, Nagar A, Patel S, Promrat K, Robertson D, Saini S, Shaw R, Shergill A, and Smalley W, “Risk factors for advanced colorectal neoplasia in veterans.”  American Journal of Gastroenterology, 111: S136-S137, 2016.

Sehdev A, Sherer E, Hui S, Wu J, and Haggstrom D, “The quality of CT surveillance in resected colorectal cancer survivors at Veterans Health Administration facilities.”  Journal of Clinical Oncology, 34: supplement 4S, abstract 525, 2016.

Adhikari P, Eklund W, Sherer E, and O’Neal DP, “Assessment of multi-wavelength pulse photometry for non-invasive dose estimation of circulating drugs and nanoparticles.” Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE, 9715, 2016.

Sherer E, Carpenter W, Evans K, Grigsby H, and O’Neal DP, “Real-time pharmacokinetic analysis.”  Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, 42: S, 2015.

Sherer E, Sale M, and Bies R, “Three case studies of pharmacokinetic model building using genetic algorithms.”  Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, 41: S, 2014.

Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “Effect of preparation quality on detection of diminutive adenomas and recommendations for follow-up colonoscopy.”  American Journal of Gastroenterology, 105: S555, 2010.

Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “An adaptive-predictive model for colonic neoplasia at colonoscopy”, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Population Balance Modelling, 2010.

Imperiale T, Sherer E, Balph J, Cardwell J, and Qi R.  “Safety and effectiveness of a computer-based decition tool (DT) for tailoring preparation for colonoscopy (CY).”  Journal of General Internal Medicine, 25: 387, 2010.

Noble S, Sherer E, Ramkrishna D, and Rundell A.  “Achieving Targeted Granulocyte Differentiation Through the Use of Interpolation and Optimization Techniques.”  Proceedings of 2008 the American Control Conference, 2571-2572, 2008.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Application of Stochastic Equations of Population Balances to Sterilization Processes”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Population Balance Modelling, 2007.

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

National

Sherer E, “Pharmacometric model guided control for improved therapeutic exposure”, Paper No. 207b, AIChE 2018 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2018.

Joseph G and Sherer E, “Cost-effective use of follow-up colonoscopies in colorectal cancer screening”, Infinite Possibilities Conference, Washington DC, April 2018.

Heidarnejad F and Sherer E, “Model-based identification and evaluation of abdominal aortic aneurysm surveillance and surgery strategies on the population level”, Paper No. 709a, AIChE 2016 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2016.

Sherer E, “Model predictive control of drug exposure enabled by real-time pharmacokinetics”, The sixth annual Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) symposium on disease and therapeutic response modeling, Indianapolis, IN, November 2016.

Imperiale T, Imler T, Sherer E, Kahi C, Larson J, Cardwell J, Johnson C, Antaki F, Ashley C, Baffy G, Cho I, Dominitz J, Hou J, Korsten M, Nagar A, Patel S, Kittichai P, Robertson D, Saini S, Shaw R, Shergill A, and Smelley W, “An electronic medical record-based scoring system for estimating the risk of advanced colorectal neoplasia in Veterans”, Paper 9 (President’s plenary session 2), 2016 ACG Annual Scientific Meeting & Postgraduate Course, Las Vegas, NV, October 2016.

*2016 ACG award recipient in the area of CRC prevention

Sherer E, “A genetic algorithm based global search strategy for population pharmacokinetic / pharmacodynamic model selection”, ASCPT webinar series, April 2016.

Heidarnejad F and Sherer E, “Optimizing surveillance intervals and surgery for patients diagnosed with abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA)”, Paper No. 543f, AIChE 2015 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2015.

Carpenter G, Sherer E, O’Neal DP, Magana I, Adhikari P, Grigsby H, and Evans K, “Development and Implementation of a pharmacokinetic model as the target equation for a PID control system”, MMA MathFest 2015, Washington DC, August 2015.

Sherer E, “Design of patient-specific inter-colonoscopy intervals based on a natural history model of colorectal neoplasia”, Paper No. 666f, AIChE 2013 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2013.

Sherer E, “Using colonoscopy procedure reports to develop a natural history model of colorectal neoplasia”, 2012 Translational Informatics Conference, Indianapolis, IN, April 2012.

Sherer E and Imperiale T, “A natural history model of colonic neoplasia”, First Annual Disease and Therapeutic Response Modeling Symposium, Indianapolis, IN, November 2011.

Sherer E, Bies R, and Sale M, “Genetic algorithm approaches to pharmacokinetic model building”, 2nd Annual Pacific Coast Statisticians and Pharmacometricians Innovation Conferences (PasiPhIC), San Luis Obispo, CA, July 2011.

Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “Using a semi-mechanistic model of colorectal cancer development to quantify patient and clinical costs of follow-up colonoscopy under- and over-use”, Paper No. 714f, AIChE 2010 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2010.

Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “An adaptive-predictive model for colonic neoplasia at colonoscopy”, 4th International Conference on Population Balance Modelling, Berlin, Germany, September 2010.

Sherer E and Imperiale T, “Colorectal neoplasia risks at follow-up colonoscopy: Incorporation initial colonoscopy findings into a longitudinal adaptive-predictive model”, Paper No. 373e, AIChE 2009 Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 2009.

Chiam T, Perng S, Ambedkar S, Yih Y, and Sherer E, “A systems approach to decision-making for cancer screening”, INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2009.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Approximation of actual number densities of age-structured cell division models using stochastic equations of population balances”, Paper No. 652b, AIChE 2008 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2008.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “A structured model of RBC differentiation for predicting 6MP efficacy in childhood ALL”, Paper No. 36b, AIChE 2007 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2007.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Application of Stochastic Equations of Population Balances to Sterilization Processes”, 3rd International Conference on Population Balance Modelling, Québec City, Canada, September 2007.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Customized Leukemia Chemotherapy using an Age-Structured Population Balance”, Paper No. 317b, AIChE 2005 Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, November, 2005.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Kinetic Effects of Camptothecin on Leukemia Cells”, Paper No. 507g, AIChE 2004 Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, November, 2004.

Regional

Sherer E, “Medical informatics using electronic health records”, North Louisiana Health Analytics Conference, Shreveport, LA, March 2017.

Heidarnejad F and Sherer E, “Optimizing surveillance intervals and surgical intervention in patients diagnosed with abdominal aortic aneurysm”, 2016 Louisiana Tech Research Symposium, Ruston, LA, February 2016.

Joseph G and Sherer E, “Cost effective use of surveillance colonoscopy”, 2016 Louisiana Tech Research Symposium, Ruston, LA, February 2016.

Vicedomini H, Sherer E, and Cahoy D, “Determining the surveillance measures that reduce mortality among colorectal cancer survivors: An observational study of multiple treatments”, 2016 Louisiana Tech Research Symposium, Ruston, LA, February 2016.

Sherer E, “Use of medical records in healthcare research”, Sigma Xi Brown Bag Lunch, Louisiana Tech University, Rustin, LA, January 2015.

Sherer E, “A predictive model of serial, patient-specific colonoscopy results”, iM2CS seminar, Indianapolis, IN, February, 2012.

Sherer E, “An overview of mixed effects modeling”, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, June 2012.

Sherer E and Imperiale T, “An adaptive-predictive model for colonic neoplasia incidence”, Discovery Park Brown Bag Lunch Seminar Series, West Lafayette, IN, February 2009.

Perez A, Rundell A, Sherer E, and Orcun S, “Quantitative modeling of polyp formation dynamics”, Purdue Summer Research Opportunities Program poster presentations, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, July 2008.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Application of Stochastic Equations of Population Balances to Sterilization Processes”, 16th Annual Graduate Student Organization Symposium, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, August 2007.

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

National

Husband H and Sherer E, “Simulation with PBPK model-guided controller for improved therapeutic exposure of doxorubicin”, American Conference on Pharmacometrics (ACoP-9), San Diego, CA, October 2018.

Carpenter G, Myers H, Sherer E, Evans K, and O’Neal DP, “A method for reduction of variability in drug delivery”, 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Honolulu, HI, July 2018.

Leehy C, Sherer E, Rodrigues J, and Poh S, “Modeling concentration flux in nanoparticle-assisted drug delivery”, 255th National ACS Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 2018.

Sherer E, “Application of a flipped classroom for teaching programming in a numerical methods course”, American Society of Engineering Education Summer School for Chemical Engineering Faculty, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, August 2017.

Pillai N, Sherer E, Sale M, and Bies M, “Application of global search methods for parameter estimation in models with poorly defined objective function surfaces”, Abstract 7356, Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe (PAGE), Budapest, Hungary, June 2017.

Sehdev A, Sherer E, Hui S, Wu J, and Haggstrom D, “The quality of CT surveillance in resected colorectal cancer survivors at Veterans Health Administration facilities”, Abstract #160076, 2016 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, San Francisco, CA, January 2016.

Sherer E, Carpenter W, Evans K, Grigsby H, and O’Neal DP, “Real-time pharmacokinetic analysis”, T-40, American Conference on Pharmcometrics (ACoP) 2015, Crystal City, VA, October 2015.

Sherer E, Sale M, and Bies R, “Three case studies of pharmacokinetic model building using genetic algorithms”, M-064, American Conference on Pharmacometrics (ACoP) 2014, Las Vegas, NV, October 2014.

Sherer E, “Design of surveillance intervals for abdominal aortic aneurysms”, Abstract P-Fri-B-37, BMES Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, September 2013.

Sherer E and Imperiale T, “Development of a colorectal neoplasia natural history model from colonoscopy procedure reports”, Abstract P-Sat-A-5, BMES Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, October 2012.

Bies R, Sherer E, Norman P, Clancy P, and Golledge J, “Size, plasma D-dimer, and diabetes are associated with growth of screen-detected abdominal aortic aneurysms in men”, American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, September 2012.

Sherer E, Sale M, Manuck S, Muldoon M, Pollock B, and Bies R, “Three case studies of pharmacokinetic model building using a multi-objective genetic algorithm”, Abstract 2454, Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe (PAGE), Venice, Italy, June 2012.

Sale M, Pollock B, Bies R, and Sherer E, “Identification of optimal NONMEM models using a multi-objective genetic algorithm”, Abstract 2336, Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe (PAGE), Venice, Italy, June 2012.

Li C, Sherer E, Lewis L, and Bies R, “Clinical trial simulations of the anticancer agents abiraterone and nilotinib”, Abstract 2559, Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe (PAGE), Venice, Italy, June 2012.

Sherer E and Bies R, “A disease progression model of abdominal aortic aneurysm growth and applications for clinical trial design”, First Annual Disease and Therapeutic Response Modeling Symposium, Indianapolis, IN, November 2011.

Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “Effect of preparation quality on detection of diminutive adenomas and recommendations for follow-up colonoscopy”, Paper No. P823, The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) Annual Scientific Meeting, San Antonio, TX, October 2010.

Sherer E, Ambedkar S, Perng S, Yih Y, and Imperiale T, “Using an adaptive-predictive model of colorectal cancer development to design patient-specific colonoscopy follow-up intervals”, Paper No. 7A-14-230, BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Austin, TX, October 2010.

Haggstrom D, Sherer E, and Wu J, “Surveillance testing among colorectal cancer survivor”, 5th Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference, Washington DC, June 2010.

Imperiale T, Sherer E, Balph J, Cardwell J, and Qi A, “Safety and effectiveness of a computer-based decision tool (DT) for tailoring preparation for colonoscopy (CY)”, 33rd Annual SGIM Conference, Minneapolis, MN, April 2010.

Sherer E, Orcun S, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Predicting patient-specific CRC incidence from polyp prevalence using a mutation network model”, Paper No. 572as, AIChE 2008 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2008.

Sherer E, Orcun S, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “A sequential state progression model for predicting colorectal cancer prevalence”, First Annual Healthcare Engineering Alliance Symposium, Research Triangle Park, NC, April 2008.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “A structured model of RBC differentiation for predicting 6MP efficacy in childhood ALL”, BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, Oct 2007.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Evaluation of leukemia chemotherapy using stochastic equations of population balance models”, Paper No. 442i, AIChE 2006 Annual Meeting, San Fransisco, CA, November 2006.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Evaluation of Leukemia Chemotherapy Using Stochastic Equations of Population Balance Models”, Paper No. 731, BMES 2006 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, October 2006.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Evaluation of Leukemia Patient Non-Compliance during Maintenance Chemotherapy: A Population Balance Model of RBC Maturation”, Paper No. 432a, AIChE 2005 Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, November 2005.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Kinetic effects of camptothecin on leukemic cells”, 7th Biocomplexity Workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, May 2005.

Sherer E, Ramkrishna D, Rundell A, and Hannemann R, “Towards a Rational Design of Hemopoietic Cancer Treatment”, Paper No. 137bz, AIChE 2003 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November, 2003.

Regional

Imperiale T, Myers L, Sherer E, Imler T, Kahi C, Larson J, and Ransohoff D, “Long-term follow-up of Veterans with non-advanced colorectal neoplasia”, Research Day at Roudebush VAMC, Roudebush VAMC, Indianapolis, IN, August 2017.

Heidarnejad F and Sherer E, “Cost-effective surveillance intervals for patients diagnosed with abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA)”, 2015 Louisiana Tech University Research Symposium, Rustin, LA, February 2015.

* Second place

Joseph G and Sherer E, “Cost-effective use of colonoscopy by patient’s age and colonoscopy history”, 2015 Louisiana Tech University Research Symposium, Ruston, LA, February 2015.

* Third place

Sherer E and Imperiale T, “An adaptive-predictive model incorporating initial colonoscopy findings into prediction for number of adenomas at follow-up colonoscopy”, Cancer Research Day, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN, May 2009.

Perez A, Rundell A, Sherer E, and Orcun S, “Quantitative modeling of polyp formation dynamics”, Purdue Summer Research Opportunities Program poster presentations, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, July 2008

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Evaluation of leukemia chemotherapy using stochastic equations of population balances”, Cancer Research Day, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN, May 2007.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Kinetic Effects of Camptothecin on Leukemia Cells”, 13th Annual Graduate Student Symposium, Purdue University August 2004.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Towards a Rational Design of Hemopoietic Cancer Treatment”, Sigma Xi Poster Competition, Purdue University, February 2004.

Sherer E, Hannemann R, Rundell A, and Ramkrishna D, “Towards a Rational Design of Hemopoietic Cancer Treatment”, 12th Annual Graduate Student Symposium, Purdue University, August 2003.

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

“Age-structured cell models in the treatment of leukemia: Identification, inversion, and stochastic methods for the evaluation of chemotherapy protocols”

 

MASTERS THESIS

“Population balance modeling of leukemia chemotherapy”