Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic (PK & PD) analysis in drug developmentBasic course

Conducted by: Prof. David Stepansky
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The course outline:
  • Mechanisms of drug absorption, distribution and elimination
  • Pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) relationships
  • Major PK and PK/PD models:
    • Non-compartmental PK analysis
    • Compartmental PK analysis
    • Physiologically-based PK modeling
    • Population PK modeling
    • PK/PD models (Emax, indirect response, etc.)
    • PK/PD modeling of biopharmaceuticals
  • PK and PK-PD modeling and its use in pre-clinical and clinical development:

The course outline:

  • Mechanisms of drug absorption, distribution and elimination
  • Pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) relationships
  • Major PK and PK/PD models:
    • Non-compartmental PK analysis
    • Compartmental PK analysis
    • Physiologically-based PK modeling
    • Population PK modeling
    • PK/PD models (Emax, indirect response, etc.)
    • PK/PD modeling of biopharmaceuticals
  • PK and PK-PD modeling and its use in pre-clinical and clinical development:
    • choice of the model
    • model evaluation and assessment
    • prediction of  disposition and pharmacological activity in animals and humans
  • Hands-on analysis of specific case studies using scientific software (freely-available program that can be used by the participants after the course)
  • Demonstration of professional software that can be used for PK and PK analysis
  • Preliminary analysis of the participant’s own PK and PD data (optional)
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Date:  16 November, 2020
Course location: Bioforum Offices, 3 Golda Meir st., 4th Floor, Weizmann Science Park, Ness Ziona
Duration: 1-Day Course
Hours: 09:00 - 17:00
Credits: 1
Course Language: עברית

Course price: 1,850 NIS + VAT
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About The Lecturer

David Stepansky
B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph. D. studies at School of Pharmacy,
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