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Learn how to perform Population PK/PD using Phoenix NLME

From: Alicia Holmes <Alicia.Holmes>
Date: Fri, 2 May 2014 13:43:53 -0500

Dear Colleague,
Register now for the Population Modeling Methodology using Phoenix NLME<htt=
ps://> course on August 19-21, 2014 at o=
ur Center of Excellence, the Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharma=
cology, School of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota to take advantage of ea=
rly bird savings!
New or beginner users will learn how to perform population PK/PD using Phoe=
nix NLME. This will be a hands-on workshop with introductory theory.

Topics include basic concepts of the Phoenix Platform,
specialized workflows for population PK/PD modeling and simulation, analyzi=
ng rich vs sparse datasets,
modeling sources of variability model validation and much more.

Sign up today! 20% off early registration discount expires June 18, 2014. =
 Register Now.<>

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