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Today - ISoP New England Tools and Posters Day!

From: Hailey <heyheyus>
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2016 11:38:57 -0400

*Note – the addition of one new speaker, **James Dunyak – t=
alking about
Model Based Drug Development: Decision Criteria and Dose Response Analysis*

ISoP New England Tools and Posters Day!
Come join us March 31 for three interesting updates on Pharmacometric/QSP
"Tools of the Trade" (yes, it's coming right up!) plus bring your recent
posters for an encore presentation of "recycled posters". Pre-register here
 ($10) to let us know you're coming and breeze right through security! We
look forward seeing you there!


* AstraZeneca Waltham 35 Gatehouse Drive Waltham, MA 02451 Time: 3:30 PM -
7:00 PM The event will feature presentations from*

   - *Ricardo Paxon from MathWorks, who will give us a tour through the
   SimBiology package for MatLab*
   - *Jason Chittenden from qPharmetra will describe R-based approaches for
   documentation and reporting of Pharmacometric analyses*
   - *Bill Denney from Pfizer will describe his PKNCA R-package for
   conducting non-compartmental PK analysis*
   - *NEW: **James Dunyak from Astrazeneca will present Model Based Drug
   Development: Decision Criteria and Dose Response Analysis*

*The presenters will be available after their presentations to give live
demonstrations, and there will be pizza, salad and soft drinks *




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