Our free fortnightly PML webinars continue with the ninth session on Thursday (16th February) at 16:00 CET, 15:00 GMT, 1000 EST;
Dan Weiner will give a lecture on allometric scaling, where he will demonstrate how to simultaneously fit an allometric model to data from mouse, rat and man.
If you have not registered for this webinar, please visit our website:
We have a wide variety of topics covered over the next few months including just before the PAGE meeting;
Advanced Pharmacometrics PK/PD Modeling Course using Phoenix NLME
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Intro to Phoenix WinNonlin, 22-24 Feb 2017, Barcelona, Spain
Intermediate PKPD with Phoenix (Mon-Thur) 3-6 April, Copenhagen, Denmark
Intro to Phoenix WinNonlin, 25-27 Apr (Tue-Thur) 2017, Basel, Switzerland
Intro to Phoenix NLME (Thur-Fri) 27-28 Apr 2017 Basel, Switzerland
Intermediate Population Modeling Methodology using Phoenix NLME 16-17 May 2017, Paris, France
Advanced Pharmacometrics PK/PD Modeling Course using Phoenix NLME 18-19 May 2017, Paris, France
PAGE Workshop - Advanced NLME 5-6 June 2017, Budapest, Hungary
Intermediate Population Modeling Methodology using Phoenix NLME 10-11 Jul 2017, Crete, Greece
Intro to Phoenix WinNonlin, 19-21 Sep 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Intro to Phoenix WinNonlin, 7-9Nov 2017, London, UK
Intro to Phoenix NLME (Tue-Wed) 9-10 Nov, London, UK
If you’re not based in Europe then please look at the full range of courses available at http://www.certarauniversity.com/lms/
which also includes the option of taking courses online.
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