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John Clemmer, PhD

John ClemmerAssistant Professor
Office/Lab: G152; (601) 984-1802

Areas of expertise

  • Physiological modeling
  • Use of computational modeling to study causes of hypertension and its treatment
  • Salt sensitivity
  • Use of clinical data to calibrate virtual populations

Research methods

Dr. Clemmer's research uses mathematical modeling to understand integrative physiology and interactions with pharmacological and device-based therapy for the treatment of hypertension. He has previously developed and used the physiological model, HumMod, to model and validate pharmacological and device-based therapy for the treatment of hypertension.  Dr. Clemmer also uses the model and with algorithms and tools to create virtual populations to simulate the heterogeneity between patients and to simulate and validate population responses to pathophysiological conditions and treatment options.  Dr. Clemmer also analyzes large clinical data sets to uncover racial and sex differences in response to antihypertensive therapies.

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