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Model-informed Drug Development in Infectious Diseases

Feb 08 2016

This DDMoRe course in Infectious Diseases is one in a series of comprehensive face-to-face courses introducing the principles of model-informed drug development, covering a range of therapeutic areas, via the newly-developed DDMoRe interoperability framework platform. 
The Pharmacometric Research Group, Department of Pharmaceutical Biosciences at Uppsala University, Sweden, together with the Institute of Pharmacy, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany, are happy to invite you to the following face-to-face course:

Model-Informed Drug Development in Infectious Diseases

Dates: 8-12 February 2016

Venue: The Biomedical Center, Husargatan, Uppsala, Sweden

Intended for: All people interested and working in the quantitative life sciences field, course materials will be focused towards PhD students and Postdoc fellows.

Topics: The development and application of pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic models for bacterial infections, tuberculosis, HIV, hepatitis, malaria and leishmaniasis, will be discussed and combined with an introduction to the DDMoRe framework (new modelling & simulation language, model repository, interoperability platform)

Program: Lectures, hands-on sessions, student group work, and student presentations 

Course directors: Lena Friberg, Charlotte Kloft, Zinnia Parra-Guillen


  • Are you willing to actively participate in the course and give constructive feedback to further improve the DDMoRe developments?
  • Are you able to bring along a laptop that fulfils the minimum IT environment requirements specified here?

If your answer is 2 times “yes”, then download the application form found at the bottom of this page; further information on ‘prerequisites for application’ can be found on the application form.

Fee: Free of charge (transport, accommodation and food not included) 

Maximum number of participants: 20 (If needed, selection will be based on the registration information, with priority to PhD students/post-docs and participants from different institutions).

Application deadline: 18 December 2015 

General information:
About DDMoRe:
About Pharmacometric Research group at Uppsala University:
About the Clinical Pharmacy group at the FU Berlin:
About Uppsala:


We warmly invite you to join us for this public DDMoRe course:

be among of the first trained for using DDMoRe products!

Please download and save the application form found below, before you fill-in and submit to: Please mention in the subject Infectious Diseases Application.

Work package: 

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