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PBPK模拟软件GastroPlus培训班第二轮通知
2012-03-15

尊敬的老师,您好!

     生理药代动力学模型(PBPK)在药物研发与监管中得到广泛应用意味着新时代的来临!它改变了动物试验和人体实验传统研究模式流程,指导制药企业项目决策及效率提高;FDA和EMA的使用及推荐,促使国外制药企业及学术单位相关研究者都在学习及掌握PBPK的应用。为促进我国在该领域的发展,力争与全球同步,凡默谷特邀美国Simulations Plus顶尖专家来华授课,让您了解及掌握PBPK知识、获悉国外最新应用、亲授多年使用经验,授课过程将以理论与实践相结合的形式进行。

      GastroPlus是由美国Simulations Plus公司研发的基于机制性生理模型的药代动力学、药效动力学(PBPK/PD)模拟软件,目前在FDA和几乎所有的全球顶尖制药公司中得到广泛应用,被誉为同类软件中的“黄金标准”。为确保培训效果,限额50人/班,第一轮通知发出后,已得到广大中国用户的积极响应和踊跃报名

报名从速!

 

北京培训班第二轮通知(2012年5月16-18日):

上海培训班第二轮通知(2012年5月21-23日):

为何本次GastroPlus Workshop值得您参加?
1)药物研发及监管中争相应用PBPK模型的时代已经来临!
2)PBPK辅助药物研究可方便指导项目决策、节约成本、缩短时间;
3)FDA已广泛采用PBPK模拟来制定法规和对新药及仿制药进行审批;
4)FDA及各大制药企业对全球最权威的PBPK模拟软件GastroPlus倍加青睐;
5)零距离接触Simulations Plus首席科学家,并参与学习的最新应用案例;
6)您可免费获得一个月的GastroPlus软件试用。

本次GastroPlus Workshop将让您受益良多:
1)制药企业或CRO:有利于您理解您的客户或其他Sites实验方案设计思路、下一阶段决策及实验开展,合理设计实验方案;
2)学术研究:启示您开辟新的药代、药剂等研究方向,剖析药物作用机制等;
3)临床药理研究:合理设计临床试验方案,不同人群PK/PD研究等;
4)法规部门:协助制定新药及仿制药政策和标准。

一、培训主题,时间,地点及费用  

培训班
地点
时间
培训主题
培训费
北京

北京国宏宾馆
西城区木樨地北里甲11号

5月16-18日
(周三至周五)
Introductory GastroPlus
Simulation & Modeling Workshop
  • 企业用户5600元; 学术用户5000元;
  • 含学费、午晚餐费、资料费、安装费;
  • 食宿代为安排,费用自理;
  • 为确保培训效果,每班限额50人
上海
上海博雅酒店
浦东张江高科碧波路699号
5月21-23日
(周一至周三)

温馨提醒:学员必须自带已安装好Gastroplus程序的电脑参加培训,现场不提供电脑!

二、报名方法
报名方法:请您填写报名回执,并通过Email的方式反馈给我们。
Email:
training@pharmogo.com
报名截止:
2012年5月4日
联系人:周伟
咨询电话:021-61638583-8001
报名确认:
1)报名确认以凡默谷收到款项或报名者提供汇款凭证为准,凡默谷可先提供发票以供报销;
2)会务组在接到报名后,将email或电话通知学员培训班相关事项。

三、收费方式
1. 本培训班仅接受提前汇款,不接收现场支付!
2. 银行汇款信息(请注明汇款人姓名,单位,参加人数,电话及用途“GP 培训班”)
开户行:招商银行上海分行东方支行;
户   名:上海凡默谷信息技术有限公司
帐   户:1219 0845 1310 802

四、用餐安排
培训期间的中餐和晚餐会务组统一安排 

五、住宿安排
住宿费自理,需要会务组协助安排住宿的客户,请填写报名表住宿一栏中标注。

                                                                                  GastroPlus Workshop Course Instructors List

Michael B. Bolger
Chief Scientist,Simulations Plus Inc.

Dr. Bolger is Chief Scientist at Simulations Plus, he oversees a team of scientist / programmers at Simulations Plus, Inc. (Lancaster, CA) in the development of software programs (ADMET Predictor/Modeler, MedChem Studio/Designer, GastroPlus, DDDPlus, and MembranePlus) for estimation of biopharmaceutical properties, simulations of absorption and bioavailability, automated generation QSP/AR model building, in vitro dissolution, and cell culture permeability simulation.

As a faculty member at USC School of Pharmacy, his research was supported by several NIH basic science research grants and he published over 50 peer-reviewed publications. From 1989-1991 he served as a FDA National Science Advisor. He has served as a reviewer for numerous scientific publications. He is currently Adjunct Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at USC.

Haiying Zhou, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist II, Simulations Plus Inc.

Dr. Zhou is Senior Scientist II at Simulations Plus, she focused on the development of modeling and simulation software for quantitative understanding of the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drug candidates (GastroPlus), in vitro dissolution of active pharmaceutical ingredients and formulation excipients under various experimental conditions (DDDPlus).

She received her M.S. degree in automation from East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) in 2002 and her Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in 2009. Her research interests in CWRU include multi-scale mathematical modeling of gas transport and cellular metabolism with emphasis on the metabolic regulation during different conditions, e.g. hypoxia and exercise.

John DiBella
Vice President of Marketing
Simulations Plus Inc.

 

John DiBella is the Vice President – Marketing & Sales at Simulations Plus, He joined Simulations Plus in 2003 and has spent time working on the development of GastroPlus™ and DDDPlus™ software and consulting projects. Now, he leads the marketing & sales activities for the company while continuing to travel the world hosting training seminars.

John obtained B.S. and M.S. degrees (with honors) in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 2003. His graduate research was focused on computational modeling of physiological systems.

 

 
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