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Announcement PBPK workshop in Berlin

PBPK Modelling & Simulation for human dose projection and DDI prediction

Educational workshop with PK-Sim® & MoBi® (OSPS®)

21-22 February 2019 Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany

This workshop will cover the concepts and application of combining PK-Sim and MoBi to build your very own PBPK models for the prediction of first dose in human or effects of drug-drug interactions by integrating physiological and mechanistic knowledge with preclinical information to translate to the clinic.

KEY LEARNING
During hands-on exercises you will learn how to:

    Build a PBPK model in PK-Sim and compare to observed data
    Integrate mechanism-based pharmacodynamics in MoBi for PBPK-PD disease modelling
    Simulate and analyse DDI reactions with inhibitors and inducers of drug metabolism

This workshop will be held jointly by consultants & scientists from SGS-Exprimo and the FU Berlin with extensive experience Pharmacometrics and PBPK modelling in drug development.
While the workshop does not require any prior experience with PK-Sim® & MoBi®, many topics will be of interest even for advanced users.

REGISTRATION - Only 30 places are available.
Participation fees include delegate pass, lunch and coffee break. Invoices will be sent via email as a PDF attachment. Registration confirmation will be sent after payment reception - deadline February 15, 2019

  • Industry : 500 € excl. VAT
  • Special price for academics & non-profit organization employees: 250 € excl. VAT

To register, please fill in this form and send it via email to christina.abts@sgs.com.

VENUE
Institute of Pharmacy, Seminar room 1, Königin-Luise-Str. 2+4, 14195 Berlin

LOCAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Special "FU Berlin » rate can be asked when booking. On-demand other hotels nearby can be proposed.

  • Hotel Steglitz International - Schloßstraße/Albrechtstraße 2, D - 12165 Berlin
    Tel.
    +49 (0)30 79 00 5-516 - http://www.si-hotel.com

CONTACT
Christina Abts - E-mail: christina.abts@sgs.com

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