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Register now for Simcyp workshops: Sheffield, September
Date: 21 Aug 2012
In addition to the full, week-long workshops on model-based drug development (scheduled for 10 – 14th September), Simcyp is also running five focused workshops, in parallel, after the Annual Simcyp Consortium Meeting. All events will be held in Sheffield, UK. Due to a recent surge in interest, we have extended the registration deadline for these events to 31st August 2012.
The focused workshops take place on 20th – 21st September and cover:
Use of Simcyp in Drug Discovery
Case study based workshop focusing on using the dynamic models in the Simcyp Simulator to prioritise compounds based on data available in early drug discovery
Predicting oral drug bioavailability and its inter- individual variability: Interplay between formulation, drug permeability and metabolism using the Simcyp Advanced Dissolution, Absorption and Metabolism (ADAM) model
The ABC of modelling drug transporter data: Mechanistic approaches to predict the impact of drug transport proteins on ADME/pharmacokinetics & toxicity
Parameter Estimation and Pharmacodynamics
A systems pharmacology approach to modelling and simulation: Accelerating model building and covariate recognition in drug development by combining top-down and bottom-up modelling of pharmacokinetics linked to drug response
Predicting age related changes to pharmacokinetics and drug-drug interactions including associated variability: Linking this information to drug response in the paediatric population
Online booking for Simcyp events is now handled through the Simcyp Members’ Area. Your saved profile is automatically captured on the booking form so there is no need to re-enter your contact details. Click here to link to the booking forms – you will be prompted for your Simcyp Members’ Area user name (email address) and password. If you have forgotten your log-in credentials please follow the instructions on-screen.
If you have not yet registered for the Members’ Area please sign up now.
For further information on any of Simcyp's events please contact Kelly Turton.