Predictive Modelers

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Workshop Summary

Modeling and simulation as a discipline exists in many areas of pharmaceutical sciences, including drug discovery, manufacturing, development, and patient use. Although niche workshops and conferences exist where predictive modelers meet and discuss specialized state-of-the art techniques and tools within their specific field, rarely do we cross outside of our area of expertise and engage with modelers in other pharma disciplines... there are many opportunities for education and collaboration that are missed because we are not talking enough with one another!

This workshop will bring together predictive modelers from academic, industry and regulatory environments working in pharmaceutical sciences. We will discover our commonalities and differences while sharing modeling philosophies and best practices. Focal points will include technical methodologies and tools as well as strategic approaches for communication and influence. We will be introduced to some of the latest predictive modeling tools and technologies to stimulate ideas for future development in all of our respective areas of Pharma. The goal of this program is to identify opportunities to work together going forward to provide a more comprehensive and influential quantitative basis for decision making within our institutions.

Participants of this event will:

  1. Compare and contrast tools, techniques, and language across predictive modeling disciplines in pharmaceutical sciences
  2. Discuss modeling philosophy and create best practices for predictive modeling
  3. Develop approaches for influencing decision makers through strategic communication of modeling results
  4. Discover state-of-the-art and emerging tools and technologies to motivate future development of predictive modeling in pharmaceutical sciences
  5. Identify opportunities for collaboration, efficiency gain, and cross-discipline learning


 

Registration Information

Registration Type Early Registration
(October 4-April 17, 2019)
On-Site Registration
April 18 27-On-site)
Member $1,295 $1,595
Non-Member $1,495 $1,795
Student $150 $250

Registration Fee Includes:

    • Access to the session slides post event
    • Continental Breakfast each morning
    • Buffet lunch daily
    • Evening reception (Tuesday only)

Cancellations

If you cancel registration on/before April 22, 2019 you will be refunded your registration fee minus an administration fee of $100 for members/non-members or $50 for students.

No refunds will be given for “no shows” or for cancellations received on or after April 18, 2019.

Refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used for payment, or if paid by check, a refund check will be issued to the original payer within 30 days of submission.

Substitutions

Registration substitutions from the same company may be submitted in writing to registration@aaps.org at any time without penalty. If the membership status of the substitute differs from that of the original registrant, a refund or additional charge at the current rate may apply.


Housing

Hyatt Regency, Boston Harbor

101 Harborside Drive

Boston, Massachusetts 02128

Special group rate of $239/night is available until April 12, 2019.

  • Phone: call reservations at 1.800.233.1234 and mention American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
  • Online: visit https://bostonharbor.regency.hyatt.com, enter the dates of stay over your program dates, and enter “Group Code”: G-05AP


Driving & Parking Information

Featured hotel amenities

  • 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle to/from BOS airport.
  • Complimentary standard wireless internet in guest rooms.
  • $18 Discounted water taxi rides to and from downtown Boston. (7-minute ride)
  • Discounted self-parking from $44 per day.

Location

Approximate distances:

    • 3 miles-Amtrak South Station
    • 5 miles-Amtrak North Station
    • 1.5 miles-BOS (Logan International Airport)