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This course is designed for scientists and researchers starting in the field of clinical pharmacology and/or pharmacometrics that want a background in the development, application and interpretation of population pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics models. For this course, an understanding of basic pharmacokinetic principles (ADME) is preferred. No coding experience is required and all equations used during the course will be carefully introduced.
This two-day course will be given online via Microsoft Teams (link to meeting on next page) and consists of mandatory lectures and assignments.
At the end of the course, the participant can: -Understand the basic theory of population PK and PK/PD models -Understand how population PK/PD models are developed -Understand the use of population PK/PD modelling in drug research and drug development -Judge, interpret, and implement population PK/PD models in literature -Understand how modelling and simulation can be applied in their own research