CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology  

CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology (PSP) provides a unique international forum for scientists in the pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology space.PSP is an official journal of ASCPT and the International Society of Pharmacometrics (ISoP). A timely online-only, cross-disciplinary journal, PSP is devoted to publishing advances in quantitative methods as applied in pharmacology, physiology, and therapeutics in humans. The common focus of the journal is on quantitative methods that improve our understanding of pharmacology and therapeutics in humans. New content is published regularly. Read the full scope here. 
PSP’s 2016 CiteScore: 3.43. For more information about CiteScore, please read the PSPost “New Metric in Scholarly Publishing”.

PSP Webinar
Upcoming Webinar Title: Model Evaluation of Continuous Data Pharmacometric Models: Metrics and Graphics
Date and Time: Monday, December 4, 2017, 12:00 pm ET
Speaker: France Mentré, MD, PhD, University of Paris Diderot
Moderator: Piet van der Graaf, PhD, PharmD, Editor-in-Chief, PSP
Description: Join moderator Piet van der Graaf, PhD, PharmD, Editor-in-Chief of CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology, in welcoming France Mentré, MD, PhD, from University Paris Diderot as she describes the first published tutorial on model evaluation in nonlinear mixed effect models (NLMEM), from the ISoP Model Evaluation Group. This tutorial was developed by an international group of experienced pharmacometricians from various backgrounds (academia, industry, and regulatory agencies). It describes a core set of graphical tools for evaluation of NLMEM for continuous data and provides guidance, especially to beginner modelers, on how they are meant to be used. This presentation will include a description of the different metrics, an illustration about their graphical use on ‘true and ‘misspecified’ models, and a discussion of their pros and cons. The use of each graph is illustrated via two case examples, which were chosen to illustrate the properties and behaviors of different evaluation tools in different situations.
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June 2016
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