*The Sheiner-Rowland Advanced Course in PKPD - Melbourne, Australia 2018. *
Sunday 28^th January through Friday 2^nd February
An advanced course presenting aspects and applications of
pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and kinetic/dynamic data analysis in
the medical and pharmaceutical sciences.
For whom intended:
The Course is designed for those who have a good working knowledge of
basic concepts in pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and data analysis
and who now wish to extend their knowledge further. Emphasis will be
placed on relating pharmacokinetics to underlying physiological
processes and to pharmacodynamics, and on the analysis and modelling of
pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic data.
The mornings will be devoted to lectures; the late afternoons to
small-group workshops led by experienced tutors, in which participants
will solve practical problems and develop facility with the techniques
and approaches discussed in the lectures. The participants are
encouraged to raise questions from their experience for discussion: time
is specifically reserved for informal consultations.
A course manual, comprising lecture outlines, derivations, problem sets
with answers, and additional reading material will be provided in an
This is not a computer modelling training course. There are no computer
exercises. However, participants should come with a scientific hand
calculator or notebook computer.
Ability to understand and converse in English is essential.
Further details and *registration *are available at
Following this Course, the Population Approach Group of Australia and
New Zealand workshop (www.paganz.org <http://www.paganz.org
>) will be
held in the same location from 5^th to 7^th February. This will require
a separate registration and fee.
Nick Holford, Professor Clinical Pharmacology
Dept Pharmacology & Clinical Pharmacology, Bldg 503 Room 302A
University of Auckland,85 Park Rd,Private Bag 92019,Auckland,New Zealand
office:+64(9)923-6730 mobile:NZ+64(21)46 23 53 FR+33(6)62 32 46 72
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