Pharsight - A Certara™ Company cordially invites you to attend the following online event:
Pharsight® Knowledgebase Server™ (PKS™):
A Compliant Solution for Efficient Creation, Storage and Reuse of Pharmacometric Models
Daniel Weiner, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Pharsight - A Certara™ Company
M&S departments are increasingly supporting regulatory submissions with pharmacometric models. Furthermore, global teams must share model-derived knowledge across the enterprise to improve the quality and timeliness decisions.
Pharsight's PKS repository (already deployed in 25 companies and FDA) addresses the challenges of and opportunities for efficient creation, storage and reuse of pharmacometric models. Though developed initially to support compliant and automated NCA analysis and reporting, PKS in conjunction with the Phoenix suite of analytical tools provides an integrated platform for NLME modeling, whether the user employs Pharsight tools or other solving engines such as NONMEM. This webinar provides an overview and demonstration of how PKS and Phoenix enables interoperability between SAS, S-PLUS, NONMEM, and CDISC data sources while providing scientists the rich features of the Phoenix platform. The demonstration shows several specific examples of how PKS and Phoenix can be used to enhance the efficiency of data management, analysis, and modeling tasks.
You will benefit from this webinar if:
1. Your organization currently has PKS and you are developing NLME models outside PKS.
2. Your organization is using pharmacometric models to support regulatory submissions and you do not have a compliant data repository supporting your workflow.
3. Your organization must share and re-use pharmacometric models.
Time will also be reserved for a Q&A session.
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
11 am New York
(8 am San Francisco, 4pm London, 5 pm Paris-Berlin-Zurich)
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Dan Weiner to Deliver PKS Webinar 14 December 2010
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