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Cost - $2,250 (Academia $1,125) 100-CL Agenda 101-CL Agenda This is a bundle of two classroom courses: (100-CL) Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin (101-CL) Introduction to Population Modeling using Phoenix NLME 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 info@certarauniversity.com for academic discount All attendees are required to provide their own laptop for use during the course. Please bring a computer mouse. (100-CL) Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin 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. (101-CL) Introduction to Population Modeling using Phoenix NLME The objective of this course is to train Phoenix WinNonlin users how to perform population PK/PD using Phoenix NLME. Through a series of practical exercises, learners will create population PK models, add covariates to models to help explain individual variation, and validate their models using VPC. Learners will become familiar with the theory necessary to make effective use of population modeling. Software Used Phoenix WinNonlin™ and Phoenix NLME™ A temporary license is provided to subscribers of this course bundle approximately two weeks prior to the course. All attendees are required to provide their own laptop for use during the courses. Please bring a computer mouse. Course Length  4 Days total (each course is two days) Prerequisites Before attending these courses, attendees should have basic knowledge of PK/PD concepts. Course Times All full-day course times are 9 AM to 5 PM in the time zone of the venue. Read More

Bundle Cost - $1,500 ($750 Academia) Certara University offers a bundle of five e-learning courses to prepare you to be certified as a Phoenix Certified NCA Analyst. This bundle includes 5 relevant courses updated with the latest version of Phoenix WinNonlin, and two certification exams. Participants will have 3 years access to the courses, as well as 3 years to use the exam vouchers. This bundle results in 2 certifications.   Courses Included in Bundle Individual Pricing Bundle Pricing  (103-OD) Fundamentals of Pharmacokinetics Total when purchased individually: $1,946 (Academia $1,478) $1,500 (Academia $750) .    (105-OD) Noncompartmental Data Analysis  (100-OD) Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin  (114-FL) What is New in Phoenix WinNonlin 8.1  (116-FL) What is New in Phoenix WinNonlin 8.2  (400-CERT) Phoenix WinNonlin 8.0 Certara Certified NCA Analyst (2 attempts)  (406-CERT) [Update from 8.0 to 8.1/8.2] Certara Certified NCA Analyst using Phoenix WinNonlin Version 8.1/8.2 (2 attempts)   After purchasing this bundle, you will see all 5 courses and 2 certification exams on your Dashboard, valid for 3 years.  Certification exams are timed but the clock doesn't start ticking until you select to start the exam. Several of the courses include a 30-day temporary license to Phoenix WinNonlin.  See each course description for details.  Individual courses are listed on the Content tab, with links to each  course description. Read More

Cost - $1,500 (Academia $750) 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. If you are an academic user, but do not have access to the academic price, please contact us so we can update your account profile.  Note that you must register with an email address that is associated with an academic institution to get academic pricing. Software Used Phoenix WinNonlin™ 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. Prerequisites Before attending this course, attendees should have basic knowledge of PK/PD concepts. Note 100-CL and 101-CL are also sold as a bundle. You can purchase both courses at a 25% discount compared purchasing them individually. Course Times The session locations and dates are shown in the Content tab.  All full-day course times are 9 AM to 5 PM in the time zone of the venue. Read More

Cost - 65,900 INR (Academia 35,600 INR) [$ 925 (Academia $ 500)]* The unique 3-day course that is only offered in India. It covers concepts of two standard classroom courses: Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin and IVIVC Toolkit for Phoenix WinNonlin. Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin 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 learn to determine PK parameters using noncompartmental analysis along with the use nonparametric superpositioning to predict the concentration profile at steady state. Participants will analyze NCA results to determine if two formulations are bioequivalent. They 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. IVIVC Toolkit instructs participants by utilizing hands-on examples in the use of the IVIVC Toolkit for Phoenix WinNonlin, which expands the capabilities of Phoenix WinNonlin to include in vivo-in vitro correlations (IVIVC) analysis. The Toolkit contains advanced tools for deconvolution methods, numerical convolution, and new plotting. *Note: to avoid currency conversion fees and taxes, you should register through the AKT Health Analytics, as shown at the bottom of this description. Software Used Phoenix WinNonlin™ and Phoenix IVIVC™ [Toolkit for Phoenix WinNonlin™]  A temporary license is provided to subscribers of this course approximately two weeks prior to the course. Course Length  3 Days total  Prerequisites Before attending these courses, attendees should have basic knowledge of PK/PD concepts. Course Times The session locations and dates are shown in the Content tab.  All full-day course times are 9 AM to 5 PM in the time zone of the venue. Registration To register for the workshop, contact Rashmi Gurnani, AKT Heath Analytics, at rashmi@akthealth.com or +919985918461. Read More

Cost - $1,500 (Academia $750) The objective of this course is to train Phoenix WinNonlin users how to perform population PK/PD using Phoenix NLME. Through a series of practical exercises, learners will create population PK models, add covariates to models to help explain individual variation, and validate their models using VPC. Learners will become familiar with the theory necessary to make effective use of population modeling. 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.  Software Used Phoenix NLME™ A temporary (30-day) 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. Course Length 2 Days Prerequisites Basic knowledge of PK/PD concepts and Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin preferred. Note The courses 100-CL and 101-CL are also sold as a bundle, which gives you a 25% savings compared to purchasing each course separately. Course Times The session locations and dates are shown in the Content tab.  All full-day course times are 9 AM to 5 PM in the time zone of the venue. Read More

Cost - $500 (Academia $250) Course Description The objective of this course is to train Phoenix WinNonlin users how to perform population PK using Phoenix NLME. Population PK/PD modeling is being used increasingly in regulatory submissions.  Population PK modeling can handle sparse data and also data combined from several studies.   The population approach estimates the variability between subjects in the PK parameters and can help you understand potential sources of PK variability. Through a series of practical exercises, learners will create population PK models, add covariates to models to help explain and quantify individual variation, and validate their models using bootstrap and VPC. Learners will become familiar with the theory necessary to make effective use of population modeling. If you are an academic user, please contact us so we can update your account profile to give you access to academic pricing.  Note that you must register with an email address that is associated with an academic institution to get academic pricing. Course Format, Language and Dates This course format is as a ‘Live on-line classroom’ which means that the course is delivered virtually by an expert Phoenix instructor at pre-specified times.  This format provides the benefit of the classroom setting, with real-time interaction with the instructor but without the travel.  Although live attending is encouraged, recordings of the sessions are available to participants during the length of the course.  This course will be delivered in English. The course runs from the 20 of August to the 24 of September,  2020. This course will start on 20 August 2020 and will run for 6 sessions every Thursday from 10am to 12pm EST (New York).  Office hours to help with assignments will be offered on Mondays from 11am to 12pm EST (New York) following each session.   Prerequisites and Time Commitment Fundamental knowledge of PK/PD concepts including basic compartmental models.  Familiarity with the functionality of Phoenix WinNonlin software.  Recommended background courses include: (103-OD) Fundamentals of Pharmacokinetics, and either (100-OD) Introduction to Phoenix WinNonlin or (123-LO) PK Modeling and Simulation using Phoenix WinNonlin. Students are expected to be able to commit 5 hrs a week to attend sessions and complete assignments. Software Phoenix NLME Participants are expected to have a current license to Phoenix NLME.  If a 60-day software license is needed one can be provided for an additional fee.  Contact us if you want to order a license. Certara Professional Certification [Optional] Participants may opt to pay a fee ($50) to obtain an additional professional certification as a Level 1 Pharmacometrician.  This certification requires passing an exam that this course will give you the sufficient knowledge to pass.  Contact us to add this certification to this course registration.  Click here for more details on Certara Professional Certifications.   Read More

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