Workshop (ASCPT 2024)
Length: 1 Day
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esqLABS will organize a 1-day workshop showcasing the latest innovations in physiologically-based pharmacokinetics (PBPK) and quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP) modelling on March 25th. This workshop will feature hands-on training using PK-Sim® and MoBi® (OSP-Suite) and will focus on cutting-edge topics such as Drug-Drug Interaction (DDI), Protein-Drug Conjugates, Target-Mediated Drug Disposition (TMDD), and more.
Participants will learn how to:
- Access and use OSP community-qualified content and integrate compound model templates within projects (including demonstration of new workflows with the recent Version 11 of the OSP Suite). This will be applied to small molecules by simulating the PK of a drug and its metabolite and the enzyme DDI.
- Customize and extend PBPK models, focusing on biologics, to simulate disease mechanisms and drug effects (PBPK/PD or PBPK-QSP models). This includes hands-on exercises with a protein/antibody PBPK model for antibody-drug-conjugates (ADCs) for the treatment of tumor growth considering TMDD.
The 1-day workshop will be held on the 25th of March 2024 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EDT.
The agenda can be found in the Image Gallery.
All related hands-on materials will be provided to participants 1-2 days ahead of the meeting.
Cancellation will be compensated in the form of esqLABS training course vouchers at the same value.
You will need your laptop with the following software pre-installed:
- To download the software version 11, please click here
- Download & install the R distribution (Ver 4.0+) from here
- Download & install FREE RStudio Desktop (a GUI for R with additional functionalities for e.g., debugging and code visualization) from here
1 Lake Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO
Online participants will receive dial-in information 2-3 days ahead of the meeting.
- Dr. Stephan Schaller (CEO and Lead Scientist)
- Pavel Balazki (Lead Software ToolChain and Senior Scientist)