Pharmacometric Software Workshops

Objectives

Pharmacometrics as a scientific discipline requires computational tools not only for data analysis but also for teaching principles of mathematical and statistical modeling.

Proficiency in one or more pharmacometric software is a required skill for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows seeking career in pharmaceutical industry, academia, or government institutions.  In recognition of this demand the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences organizes workshops providing basic knowledge of and hands-on experience of mainstream pharmacometric software to all affiliated with the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Organization

The organization of workshops is possible due to generous support of sponsors who provide software and training licenses free of charge.

Instructors who are experts in software are invited for a day or two day visit during spring or fall semesters to teach a workshop in one of the School computer laboratories. The instructors do not receive a fee for their service but are recognized by the Department for their contributions to graduate and post-graduate education. Students can sign up for workshops of their choosing. To receive a credit they need to register for a PHC 512 course Pharmacometric Software. It is not uncommon that instructors offer help for individual projects and engage in research collaborations with the faculty.

Spring 2018 Workshops

Date

Room

Workshop

Instructor

Fri., March 9
9am - 5pm

K345

MATLAB and SimBiology for PK/PD and Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Workflows

Sietse Braakman, PhD
MathWorks, Natick, MA

Thurs., March 15  
9am - 5pm


Fri., March 16 
9am - 5pm

K345

Introduction to Population PK/PD Using Phoenix NLME

Serge Guzy, PhD
PopPharm

Mon., April 2
9am - 5pm


Tues., April 3
9am - 5pm

K268

Hands-On Experience with Automated Model-based Drug Development Masoud Jamei, PhD
Simcyp Limited,  Sheffield, UK

Mon., April 16
9am - 5pm


Tues., April 17
9am - 5pm

K268

Bayesian Statistical Inference for Pharmacometricians

Gary Rosner, PhD
John Hopkins School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

Fri., April 20
9am - 5pm


Sat., April 21
9am - 5pm

K268

Modeling in PK/PD Using ADAPT 5

David D’Argenio, PhD University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Mon., May 7
9am - 5pm


Tues., May 8
9am - 5pm

K268

Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology using Phoenix WinNonlin

Mohamed Elmeliegy, PhD
Pfizer, Clinical Pharmacology, San Diego, CA