Workshops

Join us for hands-on PBPK modeling, Quantitative Systems Pharmacology (QSP), and population PK/PD data analyses training near you. Space is limited, so register soon!

 

DILIsym QST Remote Workshop

Sep 21-22, 2020

Remote

2-Day QST Virtual Workshop

This is a beginner’s course for clinicians, pharmaceutical/biotechnology scientists, and engineers in the areas of toxicology, clinical pharmacology, pharmacovigilance, DMPK and ADME - prior experience with DILIsym is not required. The course will use DILIsym X, the newest and most advanced release of DILIsym, but many of the guiding principles will be taught in a software-independent manner. Class size is limited to encourage interaction with the course instructors and among attendees. Virtual networking among industry, government, and academic scientists is part of the experience!

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Sep 23, 2020

Remote

QSP Virtual Workshop

This is a beginner’s course for mechanistic modelers, pharmacologists, clinicians, pharmaceutical/biotechnology scientists, and engineers in the specific area of clinical and quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). Prior experience with NAFLDsym is not required. The course will focus on NAFLDsym v2A, but many of the guiding principles will be taught in a software-independent manner. Class size is limited to encourage interaction with the course instructors and among attendees. Virtual networking among industry, government, and academic scientists is part of the experience!

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Niagara Falls, NY

A 3-day Introductory Workshop in Population PK Data Analysis with NONMEM®
May 20-22, 2021

Niagara Falls, NY

A 3-day Introductory Workshop in Population PK Data Analysis with NONMEM®

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This introductory population PK training workshop has been designed to provide the necessary information to successfully implement population pharmacokinetic methodology in a drug development program and to provide the foundation for understanding the basics of NONMEM coding and interpretation of NONMEM output. The material is structured to impart both the theoretical and practical aspects of the population approach and is versatile so that participants with diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise may benefit. Examples of the use of population PK studies in drug development programs will be presented to provide specific details of various implementations and better illustrate essential aspects of population PK methods. Emphasis will be placed on compliance with the FDA’s Guidance for Industry on Population PK and the EMA’s Guideline on Reporting the Results of Population PK Analyses; participants will gain an appreciation for the essentials of accurate and sufficient data collection and learn how to proactively plan in order to maximize study effectiveness.

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