Boehringer Ingelheim, Pharmetheus and University of Navarra are supporting the second Educational Pharmacometrics Summer Symposium, which will take place at the University of A Coruña, on the 27 June 2023.
The participation is free of charge and you can register by following this link (open until 31 May 2023). Based on last year’s very positive feedback, register early to avoid missing out.
Light lunch and coffee will be provided. Please find the agenda here.
This one-day symposium brings together experts and professionals in the field of
pharmacometrics (PMx) to give an overview of what pharmacometrics (PMx) is and how
it can contribute to model-informed drug development and therapy individualisation.
The symposium will begin with a brief introduction to PMx, followed by a discussion on
the use of PMx in drug development, covering preclinical and clinical applications, and
also give an introduction to mechanistic models. After lunch and networking, the
symposium will continue with a session on the use of PMx to optimise and personalise
treatment. This will be followed by a presentation of PMx case studies, which will be based
on submitted student abstracts. The symposium will conclude with a short group work session.
With speakers from academia, pharmaceutical industry and consultancy, this event covers
a broad range of PMx roles and may also be a great opportunity for those looking for the next step in their career development.
The symposium is intended for students from all natural sciences (Master and PhD),
postdocs, and others with an interest in pharmacometrics, such as, clinical pharmacists,
clinicians, mathematicians, statisticians, or colleagues from industry.
Students or postdocs/trainees may apply to present their original PMx-related work as a
part of the symposium (submitted abstract should not exceed 4,500 characters, including
spaces, and may be the same as for the PAGE meeting); abstract submission deadline is
31 May 2023.
For more information, please email 2ndEPSS@gmail.com.
Date: 27 June 2023
Venue: University of A Coruña, Escuela Técnica Superior de Náutica y Máquinas