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2 Day Workshop on Basic Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics,Canberra, Australia,9th & 10th February 2012

From: Nick Holford <n.holford>
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2011 16:34:06 +1300

A 2 Day Workshop on Basic Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Canberra, Australia
9th & 10th February 2012

http://www.advancedpkpd.org/basic_canberra_2012

This 2 day work shop will be run by leading experts in the area of
pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. The workshop will cover basic
aspects of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and bioequivalence with
pharmaceutical and clinical applications.

For Whom Intended. This course is intended for pharmaceutical
scientists, pharmacologists, pharmacists and physicians wishing to
understand and apply pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles in
their practice. Only minimal prior knowledge of pharmacokinetics is assumed.

Workshop Content The Workshop is divided into 3 parts (1)
pharmacokinetics, (2) pharmacodynamics and (3) bioequivalence. Each part
will contain a mixture of lectures and workshops.
A manual, comprising lecture outlines and relevant workshop materials,
will be provided. Participants should come with a scientific hand
calculator.

Topics to be covered include:
Pharmacokinetics: Clearance, volume, half-life, drug
metabolism/interactions.
Pharmacodynamics: Emax, C50, immediate effects, delayed effects and
disease progression.
Bioequivalence: Absorption, rate and extent, and bioequivalence analysis.

Faculty
Leon Aarons is a Professor in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical
Sciences, University of Manchester, UK. His research interests are in
population and physiologically based pharmacokinetics.
Stephen Duffull is Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of
Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. He runs a modelling and simulation lab
within the School of Pharmacy. Research interests include optimal
design, MCMC methods particularly in clinical toxicology and the
influence of obesity on PKPD. He has been involved in the area of PKPD
and nonlinear mixed effects modelling for more than 15 years.
Nick Holford is Professor of Clinical Pharmacology at the University of
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. His main interests are PKPD
modelling. He has particular interests in describing disease
progression, influence of drug treatments on disease and dosing of children.

Fee
The fee for the course is $600 AUD per person.
This does not include travel and accommodation.

Location
The workshop will be located in Canberra, Australia

Further enquiries
To: Steve Duffull
Email: stephen.duffull

--
Nick Holford, Professor Clinical Pharmacology
Dept Pharmacology& Clinical Pharmacology, Bldg 505 Room 202D
University of Auckland,85 Park Rd,Private Bag 92019,Auckland,New Zealand
tel:+64(9)923-6730 fax:+64(9)373-7090 mobile:+64(21)46 23 53
email: n.holford
http://www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/sms/pharmacology/holford


Received on Thu Dec 01 2011 - 22:34:06 EST

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