Advanced methods for population model building, evaluation and usage in NONMEM
Pharmacometric modeling has become a pillar in model informed drug development (MIDD). With this comes expectations with respect to quality, efficiency, transparency and innovation in the implementation of the modeling and decision-making process. In this course we will present methods that will help make model building of standard problems more efficient and improve the final product. Further, it will give modelers a larger toolset of diagnostics and model components when it comes to development of models for challenging situations. Automated procedures recently developed for PsN & R facilitates a comprehensive assessment of a model and tailored functionality allow command-line transformations of models.
On May 11-13 in Uppsala, Sweden, Mats Karlsson and Andrew Hooker will give a 2.5-day course on “Advanced methods for population model building, evaluation and usage in NONMEM”. The course presents strategies for model building and improvement, the latest methods for model evaluation, as well as strategies to consider when utilizing models for model-informed drug development.
The course consists of both lectures and hands-on computer exercises applying the methods discussed. This hands-on material is based on the most recent developments from NONMEM 7.4, Perl-speaks-NONMEM (PsN) and Xpose. Participants get a vast amount of hands-on examples, code, code snippets and lecture material that can be useful on a daily basis.
If you want to learn how to use tools and methods for fast, efficient and comprehensive model building, evaluation and usage, come join us in May!
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