Brisbane 2022 Preliminary Program

Population Analysis WorkShops (PAWs)

Tuesday 1st February, 2022

Beginners PAWs
Coordinator: Dr Jacqueline Hannam

0900 – 1000  AESTIntroduction to population methods
1030 – 1130 AESTNONMEM demonstration
1200 – 1300 AESTBuilding structural and covariate models

Intermediate PAWs
Coordinator: Professor Robert Bies

0900 – 1300  AESTAn Introduction to Machine Learning Classification Techniques:
Introduction
Data preparation
Information content
Algorithms (Naïve Bayes and Random Forest) 

Scientific Program

Wednesday 2nd February, 2022

0900 – 0905 AESTA/Prof Christine Staatz Welcome  
ISoP Lectureship    
0905 – 1005 AESTDr Cornelia LandersdorferOptimising antibiotic dosing – towards model-informed personalised therapy  
 Break 
Oral Presentation Session 1    
1015 – 1030 AESTAngela WilliamsCan pharmacometrics be used by clinicians to improve drug treatment of neonatal seizures and encephalopathy?
1030 – 1045 AESTRachel LawsonBusulfan: A 2022 Perspective
1045 – 1100 AESTTBA 
1100 – 1115 AESTTBA 
Poster Session 1    
1210-1235 AESTTBA   
 Break 
Oral Presentation Session 2    
1600 – 1700 AESTTBA   
 Break 
PAGANZ Social Event  
1730 – 1830 AESTTBA   

Thursday 3rd February, 2022

Special Discussion Session
    
0900-0945Professor Rob BiesIntegrating Expert Knowledge in Deep Learning Algorithms  
 Break 
 Oral Presentation Session 3  
 1000 – 1100 AEST  TBA   
 Poster Session 2  
 1100-1125 AEST    TBA   
 Break 
 Oral Presentation Session 4  
 1500 – 1600 AEST    TBA 
 1600 – 1615 AESTAssociate Professor Christine Staatz  Scientific meeting closes  
 PAGANZ Annual General Meeting
1630 – 1730 AEST