I will update this thread as new courses are announced, note we are trialling a new 'live online' format for introducutory NCA, IVIVC and Compartmental modelling - more sessions of this will be available after the summer break....
(207-CL) Intermediate PK/PD Modeling using Phoenix
This is an intermediate level 3-day classroom course using Phoenix WinNonlin and Phoenix NLME to teach how to perform Individual and Population PK/PD modeling and simulation of continuous responses. Upcoming session:
24 – 26 March 2020 – San Diego, CA POSTPONED
(100-CL,102-CL) [India} Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin plus IVIVC Toolkit
28–30 April 2020 POSTPONED
NIPER - Ahmedabad, India
Cost - 65,900 INR (Academia 35,600 INR) [$ 925 USD (Academia $ 500 USD)]
This is a unique 3-day course that is only offered in India. It covers concepts of two standard classroom courses: Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin and IVIVC Toolkit for Phoenix WinNonlin and focuses on the practical analysis of PK data and includes the theory necessary to support the effective use of Phoenix WinNonlin. IVIVC Toolkit instructs participants in the use of the IVIVC Toolkit for Phoenix WinNonlin, which expands the capabilities of Phoenix WinNonlin to include in vivo-in vitro correlations (IVIVC) analysis. To register for the workshop, contact Rashmi Gurnani, AKT Heath Analytics, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +919985918461.
(100-CL) Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin
This course focuses on the practical analysis of PK data, and includes the theory necessary to support the effective user of Phoenix WinNonlin including NCA.
21 & 22 April 2020 – Basel, Switzerland POSTPONED
(101-CL) Introduction to Population Modeling using Phoenix NLME
The objective of this course is to teach population PK/PD methodology using Phoenix NLME.
23 & 24 April 2020 – Basel, Switzerland POSTPONED
(102-LO) IVIVC Toolkit for Phoenix WinNonlin ** NEW **
This course, done in the Live on-line classroom format, will help participants to expand their capabilities of Phoenix WinNonlin to enable in vivo-in vitro correlations (IVIVC) analysis.
4th June 2020 9am British Summer Time (GMT+1) and following 5 Thursdays (Six sessions that are each two hours in length)
Edited by Simon Davis, 03 April 2020 - 05:59 AM.