Pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics (PK/PD), as integral components of the drug development process
Introduction to Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology (Part 1)
This training is the first part of the graduate education in Pharmacometrics from the University of Strasbourg
Compétences à l'issue de la formation
- Recognize different types of pharmacodynamics endpoints.
- Distinguish different temporal relationships between pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
- Able to identify proper class of PK/PD models to describe different PK/PD relationships.
- Describe examples on the application of PK/PD analysis in drug development.
Pharmacists, pharmacologists, physicians, veterinaries, statisticians, engineers, researchers from academies, and hospital/industrial workers.
Professionals with at least a masters with some experience in drug development should apply.
Principles of clinical pharmacology and their application to clinical development in oncology and cardiovascular diseases :
– The scientific principles, techniques and approaches used to study the pharmacology of oncology and cardiovascular systems at the molecular, cellular, tissue/organ and whole organism levels, including what constitutes good experimental design and how data are translated to man
– The current therapeutic approaches used to treat cardiovascular and oncology disease and their advantages and disadvantages
– Possible future developments in the pharmacological management of cardiovascular and oncology disease.
This course could will be follow to the hands-on session describe in details in module 2: Pharmacometrics: modeling and simulation tools.
All courses will be in English and be designed and delivered by distance-learning. The e-learning sessions will be held on the DigitalUni platform specifically developed for continuing education.
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This training course is an « action d’adaptation et de développement des compétences » (ref. French law). A certificate of attendance is delivered after the course. An evaluation measures the trainees’ satisfaction and the achievement of learning objectives.
Dr. Geneviève Ubeaud-Séquier, Professor of Pharmacokinetics in faculty of Pharmacy and Hospital Pharmacist – Strasbourg University
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This training is the first part of the graduate Education in Pharmacometrics from the University of Strasbourg.