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What are the benefits of the Simcyp week-long workshops?
Participants will learn about the application of “prior knowledge” to improve the selection and design of clinical studies. The workshops are designed to provide the necessary understanding and skills to simulate and predict the pharmacokinetics of drugs in any relevant populations and assess pharmacodynamic effects at an early stage.
What is the difference between a Full and a Focused Workshop?
The Full Simcyp Workshop focuses on the optimal use of compound-specific in vitro and in vivo data together with system specific information related to humans to simulate and understand drug behavior in various target populations. This integrated approach informs decisions related to Investigational New Drugs and assists with the conduct and optimal design of clinical studies. The ultimate aim is to better understand drug PK/PD properties, reduce the cost and time of drug development, improve the quality of regulatory submissions and eventually implementing precision medicine.
The Focused Workshops are an ideal way to enhance the continuous education of scientists working in clinical pharmacology and drug development. Focused workshops offer an in-depth insight into specialist areas such as Transporters, Absorption, Pediatrics, Parameter Estimation (PE) & Pharmacodynamics (PD), Complex Drug-drug Interactions, Best Practice in PBPK Modeling, Cardiac Safety, and Biologics.
See list of available focused workshops here.
How are the workshops run?
The course is comprised of lectures—delivered by leading experts in each field of PK and PD—interspersed with interactive workshops and demos centered on practical examples of model-based approaches. Delegates work in small groups with an expert tutor. Non-Simcyp users are guided through the course whereas more experienced users benefit from exploring the science and specific algorithms in more depth through discussions with tutors and peers.
Do I need to be from an organization which is affiliated to the Simcyp Consortium?
You do not need to be from an institute which is a member of the Simcyp Consortium to benefit from our workshops. Each event attracts a range of participants from industry, academia, and the regulatory bodies who may or may not be associated with the Simcyp Consortium.
If my organization is a Simcyp Consortium member, how do I register?
Each year Simcyp Consortium members are allocated a number of free workshop places (based on the number and type of licenses held). If you are unsure of the membership status of your organization, or you wish to check your entitlement to, or book, a free place (member organizations only), please contact us. Once your place has been allocated, please submit a registration form ensuring that you have filled in the name of organization, site, and department, and ticked the relevant boxes for free places.
How is this course different to “Simcyp On-site Training?”
The course and associated workshops provide an in-depth evaluation of the scientific background to various aspects of model-based drug development allowing attendees to grasp the fundamental concepts and become familiar with real world applications of these techniques. This differs from “On-site Education” which focuses solely on the day-to-day practicalities of navigating and using the Simcyp platform without delving into the underlying science. The programs can be complementary if attendees wish to become expert users of Simcyp platform but otherwise they are independent.
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Please note: The Simcyp workshops are week-long events which are split into two parts. Part I typically starts at 8.30am on Monday and ends at lunchtime on Wednesday. Part II of the workshop runs from Wednesday afternoon until lunchtime on Friday. Although there are breaks, the program is fairly intensive. Laptops and course materials will be provided.