[NMusers] 17th Annual Scientific Meeting PAGANZ 2015 Jan 28-30th Melbourne Australia - Registrations and abstracts open

From: Carl Kirkpatrick <Carl.Kirkpatrick_at_monash.edu>
Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2014 21:02:22 +0000

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the next PAGANZ scientific meeting to be held in=
 Melbourne, Australia, 28 to 30th January 2015. Registration and call for =
abstracts is now open.

Please visit the PAGANZ home page for details and links to registration for=
 the meeting: http://www.paganz.org/<http://www.paganz.org/dunedin-2014/>

Who should attend?

The PAGANZ meeting is the Australasian forum for scientists with a research=
 and professional interest in the use of the population approach in pharmac=
okinetics and pharmacodynamics. A strong focus of this meeting is the appli=
cation of population modelling and simulation techniques in the experimenta=
l, clinical and regulatory settings of drug development.

This meeting is designed for scientists and clinicians working in basic or =
clinical pharmacology research, pharmaceutical industry, regulatory bodies =
and postgraduate students. The meeting combines hands on workshops led by l=
eaders in the field and a one and half day scientific meeting giving resear=
chers the opportunity to present and discuss their own work. This is a very=
 informal meeting and in the past has been very productive in helping and g=
uiding researchers in this important area of pharmacology and drug developm=

Population Analysis Workshops (1.5 days)

PAGANZ runs 2 workshops (Beginners & Intermediate). The workshops consist o=
f lectures and hands-on exercises at a computer. During the hands-on exerci=
ses, tutors will be available for consultation and assistance.

The Beginners Workshop introduces the theory and application of NONMEM.

The Intermediate Workshop will cover:

1. PBPK and extracorporeal clearance (1/2 day)
2. Model simplification (1/2 day)
3. Time to event analyses (1/2 day).

PAGANZ Scientific Meeting (1.5 days)

The PAGANZ meeting includes a variety of free communications that highlight=
 recent advances in the theory and application of the population approach t=
o pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in different clinical settings and =
in drug development.

Each year PAGANZ invites an international renowned speaker to give the ISOP=
 lecture. This year the ISOP lecture will be given by Prof. Rob Bies, Divis=
ion of Clinical Pharmacology, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, I=
ndiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana USA.

We look forward to seeing you next January!


Carl Kirkpatrick

On Behalf of the PAGANZ Organising Committee

Carl Kirkpatrick

Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Director, Centre for Medicine Use and Safety
Director, Pharmacy Education
Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Monash University

381 Royal Parade, Parkville, VIC 3052, Australia
Phone: +613 9903 9204
Fax: +613 9903 9629
Email: carl.kirkpatrick_at_monash.edu<mailto:carl.kirkpatrick_at_monash.edu>

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The University of Queensland, The University of Sydney, University of South=
 Australia and Monash University are members of the National Alliance for P=
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