(100-CL) Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin
Cost - $1,995 (Academia $998)
This course focuses on the practical analysis of PK data, and includes the theory necessary to support the effective use of Phoenix WinNonlin. Participants will learn how to import data into Phoenix, and explore the data by creating plots and tables. They will determine PK parameters using noncompartmental analysis. They will use nonparametric superpositioning to predict the concentration profile at steady state. They will analyze NCA results to determine if two formulations are bioequivalent. Participants will also learn the fundamentals of compartmental modeling by creating models to fit PK observations. From single-dose PK data they create simulations to predict the concentration profile for multiple dosing using different dosing regimens.
The fee is in US dollars and includes training materials, tea, coffee and lunch. All travel, accommodation and evening meal expenses are the responsibility of the attendee. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for academic discount
A temporary license is provided to subscribers of this course approximately two weeks prior to the course.
All attendees are required to provide their own laptop for use during the course. Please bring a computer mouse.
Before attending this course, attendees should have basic knowledge of PK/PD concepts.
Sessions marked with an asterisk (*) are followed at the same location by an Introduction to Phoenix NLME course. You can purchase both courses at a 30% discount by clicking here
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|San Diego, CA (November 12-13, 2019)||11/12/2019 12:00:00 pm (GMT - 04:00)||11/13/2019 8:00:00 pm (GMT - 04:00)||Hotel Indigo, San Diego Gaslamp Quarter|
|Denver, CO (December 10-11, 2019)||12/10/2019 11:00:00 am (GMT - 04:00)||12/11/2019 7:00:00 pm (GMT - 04:00)||University of Colorado|
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