Mainz, Germany

The Advanced GastroPlus™ DMPK and Clinical Pharmacology Workshop

This 2-day hands-on course will provide an in-depth knowledge of the theories and application of state-of-the-art simulation and modeling software as it applies to problems facing DMPK and Clinical PK/PD scientists dealing with complex effects on drug absorption, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and drug-drug interactions. A combination of presentations and interactive examples, taken from actual industry experience, will illustrate how to recognize and deal with the multiple interacting phenomena that affect the absorption, PBPK/PD, and DDIs of particular drugs, dosing routes, and dosage forms in different populations.

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The Advanced GastroPlus™ Pharmaceutical Development Workshop

This 2-day hands-on course will provide an in-depth knowledge of the theories and application of state-of-the-art simulation and modeling software as it applies to problems facing pharmaceutical scientists dealing with drug product effects on dissolution, absorption and pharmacokinetics. Focus will be placed on applications of this technology as it relates to issues defined in the FDA’s Critical Path Initiative. A combination of presentations and interactive examples, taken from actual industry experience, will illustrate how to recognize and deal with the multiple interacting phenomena that affect the dissolution, absorption and pharmacokinetics of particular drugs, dosing routes, and dosage forms.

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The Introductory GastroPlus™ Simulation and Modeling Workshop

This three-day, hands-on course provides a working knowledge of the basic theories and application of state-of-the-art PBPK simulation and modeling software for the analysis of drug dissolution and absorption, coupled with the resulting pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. 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, PBPK/PD and DDIs of particular drugs and dosage forms.

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