Registration activity for ACoP7 has kicked into high-gear. Early bird pricing ends on August 26, so take a few moments to register now for this event.
The ACoP7 program includes 17 symposia with lectures on a wide-range of topics including quantitative systems pharmacology (QSP), physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling, PKPD and dose response analyses, advances in model building approaches, in vitro in vivo correlation (IVIVC), as well as application of pharmacometrics in drug development to inform decision making and optimize dose finding studies. We have the honor of hosting our Keynote Speaker, Malcolm Rowland, and State-of-the-Art Lecturer, Jaime Caro.
There will be a special Open Forum session on ‘Making QSP Happen: Strategies and Lessons Learned from Experts Who’ve Done It’ sponsored by ISoP QSP Special Interest Group (SIG) and a pre-conference session on “The Challenging Course of Pediatric Drug Development: What is the Role of Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics in Bringing New Medicines to this Special Population”, held on Sunday, October 23.
There will also be tutorials, vendor sponsored workshops, presentations, posters and exhibits demonstrating the latest updates in tools and technologies and most importantly, a chance to network with friends and colleagues from across the globe.
Reserve your room before September 29th for a special ACoP rate of $219.00 single/double
Please use the hotel link on the ACoP7 homepage to register for your hotel accommodations. ACoP has committed to a block of rooms for this meeting at the special rate