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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 19 of January to the 23 of February,  2021. This course will start on 19 January 2021 and will run for 6 sessions every Tuesday from 10am to 12pm EST (New York).  Office hours to help with assignments will be offered on Fridays from 10am to 11pm 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

Cost: ($500 Industry, $250 Academia) Description This course will teach you the theory and application of non-compartmental analysis (NCA).  NCA is used to characterize the kinetics of a compound without assuming a specific compartmental model.   In this course, you will learn NCA methodology, how to perform NCA using Phoenix WinNonlin software, and how to interpret resulting pharmacokinetic parameters.    This course is a comprehensive review of noncompartmental analysis of pharmacokinetic data. This course will cover the basics through the most complex areas of noncompartmental analysis.  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 new 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 from 16 February to 26 March, 2021. This course will start on 16 February, 2021 and will run for 6 sessions every Tuesday from 10am to 12pm (New York, Eastern US Time).  Office hours to help with assignments will be offered on Fridays from 10am to 11am (New York, Eastern US Time) following each session.   Prerequisites and Time Commitment There are no pre-requisites for this course although basic understanding of pharmacokinetics is preferred (recommended background: (103-OD) Fundamentals of Pharmacokinetics).  Students are expected to be able to commit 5 hrs a week to attend sessions and complete assignments. Software Phoenix WinNonlinTM Participants are expected to have a current license to Phoenix WinNonlin.  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. Read More

Cost: ($500 Industry, $250 Academia) Description This course will teach you the theory and application of compartmental modeling, using the Phoenix Model. You will learn to select the best structural model for a dataset (1-compartment, 2-compartment, etc.), and choose an appropriate residual error model.  You will learn to interpret model results, and decide between competing model structures. 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 new 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 begins on 10 November, and ends on 15 Decmber, 2020.  Lecture/Demo sessions will be from 10 AM to noon (EDT, New York time) on Tuesdays, and optional office hours will be from 11 AM to noon (EDT, New York time) on Fridays.   Specific times and dates of each session will soon be listed in the Content tab. Prerequisites and Time Commitment There are no pre-requisites for this course although basic understanding of pharmacokinetics is preferred (recommended background: (103-OD) Fundamentals of Pharmacokinetics).  Students are expected to be able to commit 5 hrs a week to attend sessions and complete assignments. Software Phoenix WinNonlinTM Participants are expected to have a current license to Phoenix WinNonlin.  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. Read More

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