Preliminary Program

The Population Analysis Workshops (PAWs) and the PAGANZ Scientific Program will be held at City West campus, University of South Australia (UniSA), Adelaide, South Australia.

A detailed map of the UniSA City West Campus is available here.

Please note: this year we will be running both PAWS as BYO device. You will require your own working installation of NONMEM and R. Meeting attendees will be able to download a NONMEM installation and a temporary license associated with the meeting closer to the time. We recommend you use R Studio with your R installation, which is available through most Universities and is free / discounted for researchers. More information on this to follow.

Social Events

Monday 30th January, 2023
1800 hStudent Social function: TBA
Tuesday 31st January, 2023
1800 hPAGANZ Dinner: TBA

Population Analysis Workshops (PAWs)

Beginners PAWs
Coordinator: Dr Jacqueline Hannam

Monday 30th January, 2023

0800-0830 hRegistration and coffeeSir George Kingston Building (GK)
City West Campus
0830-1000 hIntroduction to population methods
1000-1030 hMorning tea
1030-1200 hHands on with NONMEM I: Residual variance models
1200-1300 hLunch
1300-1500 hBuilding structural models
1500-1530 hAfternoon tea
1530-1700 hBuilding covariate models

Tuesday 31st January, 2023

0800-0830 hRegistration and coffeeSir George Kingston Building (GK)
City West Campus
0830-1000 hHands on with NONMEM II: Covariate models
1000-1030 hMorning tea
1030-1200 hCritical appraisal and discussion
1200-1300 hLunch

Intermediate PAWs

Monday 30th January, 2023

Pharmacoeconomics – 1 day

Coordinators: Thomas Lung (The George Institute for Global Health / University of Sydney), Tracey Laba (University of South Australia) and David Foster (University of South Australia)

For this workshop there will be a mixture of theory and hands on throughout the day.

0800-0830 hRegistration and coffeeSir George Kingston Building (GK)
City West Campus
0830-1000 hIntroduction to health economic models
1000-1030 hMorning tea
1030-1200 hMarkov models for health economics
1200-1300 hLunch
1300-1500 hMarkov models for health economics
1500-1530 hAfternoon tea
1530-1700 hPK-PD integration to health economics

Tuesday 31st January, 2023

An introduction to CAR-T Population kinetic analyses – 1/2 day

Coordinators: Mirjam Trame (Certara) and Stephen Duffull (Certara)

0800-0830 hRegistration and coffeeSir George Kingston Building (GK)
City West Campus
0830-0930 hUsing Clin Pharm and PMX to Accelerate Cell
Therapeutics Development: A Patient’s CAR-T Journey
930-1000 hCAR-T cell kinetics
1000-1030 hMorning tea
1030-1200 hIntroduction to CAR-T cell data, data model and model exploration – Hands on
1200-1300 hLunch

PAGANZ Annual Scientific Meeting

Bradley Forum, Hawke Building (H) City West campus

Please submit your abstract for the oral sessions and poster presentations as soon as possible. You can continue to access your abstract and edit it at any time. The abstract you have submitted at the time of the deadline will be used to create the PAGANZ Scientific Oral and Poster Program.

You can submit abstracts based on work in progress or a finished project. Work in progress presentations are often interesting to everyone and can lead to useful collaborations.

Tuesday 31st January, 2023

Session: ISoP Lectureship
1300-1335 hWelcomeDavid Foster
1335-1430 hTBAPiet van der Graaf
1335-1600 hScientific program
1600-1700 hPAGANZ Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 1st February, 2023

0800-0830 hRegistration and coffee
0830-1600 hScientific program
1600-1615 hStudent prize presentations and meeting close