TT21C: From cell-based assays to safety assessments
October 5-9, 2015
This one-week course will cover the fit-for-purpose paradigm for in vitro toxicity testing. We will cover principles of physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling and computational biology, with an emphasis on applications for toxicological safety assessment. The course features comprehensive lectures and extensive hands-on computer modeling exercises.
Registration will open in April for the 2015 course. Please check back at that time. Thank you.
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Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling Workshops
- 2011 PBPK Modeling and its Applications Workshop (at The Hamner Institutes)
- 2010 PBPK Modeling and in vitro to in vivo Extrapolation Workshop (at The Hamner Institutes)
- 2009 PBPK Modeling in Drug Development and Evaluation Workshop (at The Hamner Institutes)
- 2008 PBPK Modeling and Risk Assessment Workshop (at The Hamner Institutes)
- 2006 Course on Interpretation of Biomonitoring Data Using PBPK Modeling (at The Hamner Institutes)