Metrum Research Group is proud to continue supporting training, education, and open courseware efforts in strategic modeling and simulation. MetrumRG is now hosting all course materials from the Metrum Institute training series. Course materials are freely available under Creative Commons Attribution 3 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/).
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Workshop presented 24-25 October 2019 at American Conference on Pharmacometrics in Orlando, FL by instructors... See More
Workshop presented 19 October 2019 at American Conference on Pharmacometrics in Orlando, FL by instructors... See More
Presented 20-21 August 2019 at StanCon in Cambridge, UK by instructors Charles Margossian and Yi... See More
The future of modeling and simulation as the engine for strategic decision-making in pharma development, economics, and therapeutics: an interactive discussion
March 16, 2019 Workshop and discussion presented at ASCPT 2019 by Marc Gastonguay, Ph.D, and... See More
These videos capture most of a one day workshop presented at the PAGE 2018 meeting... See More
In this tutorial session, we will review case studies in PBPK and QSP modeling and... See More
This introduction to Stan provides a brief primer to Bayesian modeling and the practical use... See More
MI260 provides an introduction to meta analysis concepts and methods, with a strong focus on... See More
MI255: Exposure-Response Modeling of Categorical, Count, and Time-to-Event Data Using Bayesian Methods
MI255 is an intensive course providing an introduction to modeling of categorical, count, and time-to-event... See More
MI250 provides an introduction to Bayesian modeling theory and the practical use of WinBUGS and... See More
MI212 covers intermediate through advanced-level population PK-PD modeling and simulation through lecture and hands-on lab... See More
MI210 provides an extensive overview of topics in population pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, including nonlinear mixed-effects... See More