The Uppsala Pharmacometrics Group is happy to announce a NONMEM Workshop on Diagnostics, Model Building and New Estimation Methods tailed for intermediate and advanced NONMEM users, to be held in September 27-29, 2010. The course is part of a series of NONMEM Workshops scheduled for two years in Seoul, and will present modeling strategies, techniques and implementations (using NONMEM 7) for the handling of PK and PD information in population models. The next Workshop (to be held) in 2011 will cover Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic (PK-PD) Modeling of Continuous, Categorical and Time-to Event data.

New for this offering of the course:
The course will include explanations and comparisons of the different estimation methods available in NONMEM 7. Model diagnostics using these new estimation methods will also be covered.

The course will consist of both lectures and hands-on computer exercises using NONMEM 7, PsN and Xpose 4. Self-instructive material is provided for further studies and exploration of examples within the field. The participants will be provided with a NONMEM library of example code for a wide range of methods and diagnostics.
For the course outline, click here.

The Uppsala group has been involved in developing NONMEM models and methodology for over fifteen years. In parallel, informative diagnostics for model building and model evaluation have been developed, evaluated and integrated into the user-friendly software Perl-speaks-NONMEM (PsN) and Xpose 4.

Prerequisite:
Experience with performing NONMEM analyses. Basic knowledge of population PK/PD models

Instructors:
Prof. Mats Karlsson
Prof. Andrew Hooker
Dr. Radojka Savic

Course Location:
Central Administration Building, Yonsei University Health System
250 Seongsanno, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea 120-752

Date and Time:
September 27-29, 2010 (8:30 am - 5;30 pm)

Computer Requirements:
Computer hardware/software - The course will include hands-on training, with the participants working on their own computers. All programs will run from a USB memory-stick and participants will not be required to install any programs on their computer. All participants must bring their own Windows laptops.

Course Fee

  Before August 15, 2010 After August 15, 2010
Regular fee $2,800 $3,600
Student/Post-doc $2,100 $2,100

Note: Attendance is strictly limited to 50 with a limited “reduced fee” places available for Students/Post-docs. Registration will be offered on the basis of first come, first served.
Registration fee includes: hardcopy folder, extensive electronic material including lectures, exercises, programs (PsN and Xpose), additional self-study material including hands-on's and solutions. Morning and afternoon refreshments, lunches and a welcome reception are included.

To register:
Please fill out this form and e-mail to Secretariat. Payment information will then be sent to you.
Registration is not complete until payment is received.


Hotels:
Hotel rooms at a special rate are available at the Grand Hilton Seoul Hotel which is closest to Yonsei University Health System. It is located only 15 minutes from downtown City Hall and 45 minutes from Incheon International Airport.

Grand Hilton Seoul Hotel:
201-1 Hongeun-dong, Seodaemoon-Ku,
Seoul, Korea 120-710
Tel: 82-2-3216-5656, Fax: 82-2-3216-7799
http://www.grandhiltonseoul.com/kr/kmain.htm

Alternatively, registrants can use The Westin Chosun Seoul Hotel in the downtown area which is also close to Yonsei University Health System. A special rate can be offered with the name of Yonsei University.

The Westin Chosun Seoul Hotel:
87, Sogong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea (100-070)
Tel: 82-2-771-0500, Fax: 82-2-753-6370
http://twc.echosunhotel.com/index_en.asp%20

Cancellation:
Refunds will be provided on or before August 15, 2010. Registrants are welcome to swap their place with another person at any time.

Questions:
For questions, please e-mail Secretariat

Local host:
Kyungsoo Park, PhD, MD
Associate Professor of Pharmacology
Yonsei University College of Medicine
Director, Pfizer Modeling & Simulation Education Center in Korea

Supported by:
KoNECT, Korea National Enterprise of Clinical Trials
PMECK, Pfizer Modeling & Simulation Education Center in Korea
KSCPT, Korean Society of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

 
 
 
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