Interactive Workshops on “Concepts” and “Applications” of Population based In Vitro – In V (Interactive Workshop)

Venue: Marriott Hotel

Location: Washington DC, Washington DC, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 27, 2009 End Date/Time: May 01, 2009
Registration Date: Mar 20, 2009
Early Registration Date: Feb 20, 2009
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Simcyp offers an educational program of hands-on workshops covering concepts and applications of in vitro - in vivo extrapolation (IVIVE) in the prediction of drug absorption, drug distribution, drug clearance and drug-drug interactions.

All course material is set within a context relevant to drug discovery and development.

A key component of all courses is computer-based hands-on problem solving sessions.

Simcyp-sponsored seminar days are also held during the workshop programs. These popular sessions are an excellent opportunity to hear presentations from independent leading scientists on a range of topics linked to IVIVE. They also provide a unique forum to engage in informal discussion with key opinion leaders.

Who should attend?
Our workshops are relevant to both senior level managers and scientists working in drug metabolism, ADME, clinical pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, PBPK and PK/PD.

What are the benefits to you?
Participants will learn how to use their in vitro data optimally to improve the selection and design of in vivo and other clinical studies. The workshops are designed to give participants the necessary understanding and skills to simulate and predict outcomes in relevant populations.

How are the workshops run?
You will work in small groups, each with a dedicated tutor, focusing on the concepts and applications of IVIVE.

Do you need to be a Simcyp user to attend?
The workshops are uniquely designed with a focus on the concepts and applications of IVIVE, but participants will also have the opportunity to use the Simcyp Simulator as a platform for automation. More advanced Simcyp Simulator users will also have the opportunity to discuss specific aspects of Simcyp algorithms with the members of the Simcyp team.


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