News

June

09

2014

Download an outline of the complete MI Open Pharmacometrics Curriculum. If you’re interested in contributing/developing new content, please contact us (info@metruminst.org).


June

06

2014

Metrum Institute to present early results and usage data for the Open Pharmacometrics Curriculum at the 2014 PAGE meeting in Alicante, Spain (June 10-13, 2014).

Abstract and full poster PDF:
Proposal for a Web-Based Open Pharmacometrics Curriculum: Results of a Four-Month Pilot Evaluation


December

11

2013

As part of Metrum Institute’s continuing effort to support and grow the discipline of pharmacometrics, we are pleased to announce the public availability of our series of pharmacometrics training lectures at no cost. Video recordings and lecture notes from six semester-long courses (MI205, MI210, MI212, MI250, MI255, and MI260) can be found on the Metrum Institute YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/metruminst). Topics include: R programming for pharmacometrics, introductory and intermediate topics in population PK modeling, modeling continuous and categorical population PKPD data, Bayesian PKPD modeling, and Bayesian model-based meta-analysis. We thank all those students who have participated in past MI training courses, and hope that this new initiative will facilitate the education of the next generation of pharmacometricians.

Additional custom and on-site training services are available from Metrum Research Group (metrumrg.com).


We’ve had to cancel MI220: Modeling and Simulation in Pediatric Trials, which was to take place in July in Bar Harbor, ME. Sorry to anyone who was planning on registering. We may still hold the course at a later date.


Metrum Institute will be teaching a workshop at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, ME this July 16 to 18. The course is MI220: Modeling and Simulation in Pediatric Trials, and registration is open now, so reserve your spot soon.

Read more about it in the course info PDF here.
Register here. Room and board available for a limited number of full-time student/fellow registrants.


Metrum Institute will host the Model-based Meta-analysis to Support Decision-making in Clinical Drug Development workshop at this year’s ACoP. It will be taught by Metrum’s own Bill Gillespie and Jonathan French on May 16.

Read more about it here.


May

10

2013

Hope you like our new site. Important links to training courses and contact information are up, with more to come soon. Keep an eye on News for updates.