Workshops in South Korea
Chungnam National University, South Korea
The GastroPlus™ PBPK Modeling & Simulation Workshop: From Lead Optimization to Clinical Development
This three-day, hands-on course provides a working knowledge of the theories and application of our state-ofthe-art PBPK modeling and simulation software from discovery through clinical development. A combination of presentations and interactive examples, taken from actual industry experience and using GastroPlus, illustrate how to recognize and deal with the multiple interacting phenomena that affect the absorption, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics of drugs as they progress to the clinic.View Event Details
Workshops in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
DILIsym® 2-Day Training Workshop
This two-day, hands-on course provides a working knowledge of the basic theories and application of state-of-the-art quantitative system toxicology (QST) modeling and simulation software (DILIsym®) for the analysis of the potential for drugs and drug candidates to cause drug-induced liver injury (DILI), or for the investigation of mechanisms involved in a documented DILI event.View Event Details
Workshops in San Diego, California
San Diego, CA
Using DILIsym to Assess the Liver Safety of Drugs and Drug Candidates
FREE! This 1 day hands‐on workshop provides a working knowledge of the basic theories and application of state‐of‐the‐art quantitative system toxicology (QST) modeling and simulation software (DILIsym) for the analysis of the potential for drugs and drug candidates to cause drug‐induced liver injury (DILI), or for the investigation of mechanisms involved in a documented DILI event. A combination of presentations and interactive examples using DILIsym will illustrate how to gather the appropriate in vitro toxicity data, derive DILIsym related toxicity parameters, conduct simulations of expected outcomes and analyze results for impacting decisions. This is a beginner’s course ‐prior experience with DILIsym is not required.
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San Diego, California
Extending MAM/PBPK modeling approaches to predict non‐oral delivery of drugs
FREE! As confidence has grown in the use of mechanistic absorption (MAM) and physiologically‐based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling to guide development for orally delivered products, attention has shifted towards applications of the technology to help address issues with drug delivery through non‐oral routes, including nasal/pulmonary, dermal, ocular, and oral cavity.View Event Details