PAGIN 2008

Dear all: We are pleased to announce the establishment of Population Approach Group of India (PAGIN).PAGIN is a newly founded non-profit group in India, devoted to sharing and furthering knowledge and skills in Population based data analysis.

PAGIN is hosting its first training course, "An introductory workshop on data analysis using NONMEM" from the 8th – 10th April 2008 and registrati=
on is now open. Please log onto for further details.

*Workshop Themes*

The hands on workshop will teach participants how to analyze pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic data using NONMEM VI. This is an introductory course designed for participants with no previous experience of NONMEM, although we welcome those who have limited experience and wish to expand their knowledge base.

*Who are the course faculty?*

The course will be taught by the following highly accomplished, internationally renowned and friendly volunteers.

Bruce Green, Associate, Projections Research and Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, Australia.

Glynn Morrish, Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, Australia.

Diane Mould, President, Projections Research, Pennsylvania, USA.

*How is the workshop planned?*

The course will be run over 2.5 days comprising of lectures and hands-on computer sessions. Each participant will be allocated a computer during the
hands on sessions to maximize their learning experience. Sessions will be interactive and problem-based using real datasets.

The course has been restricted to 30 places so please register quickly to avoid disappointment. It will be held at*;***

PSG Institute of Medical Sciences & Research,
Pin : 641 004
Ph : +91 - 422 - 2570 170 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +91 - 422 - 2570 170 end_of_the_skype_highlighting - Extension : 5802
Fax : +91 - 422 - 2594 400
E-mail :
Course fees:

1. Student : Rs 1500*
2. Academic Faculty : Rs 3000*
3. Industry :Rs 15000
* Please provide proof from your Head of Institution

We acknowledge with gratitude the academic volunteerism of the course -faculty, and the support of ICON and Projections Research.