What is PAGE?

We represent a community with a shared interest in data analysis using the population approach.

is the International Society of Pharmacometrics and its mission is the promotion and advancement of the discipline of pharmacometrics, through Integration, Innovation, and Impact: quantitative integration of multisource data and knowledge of clinical, biomedical, biological, engineering, statistical, and mathematical concepts, resulting in continuous methodological and technological innovation enhancing scientific understanding and knowledge, which in turn has an impact on discovery, research, development, approval, and utilization of new therapies.
is the American Conference on Pharmacometrics, organized annually by ISoP, and will be held October 20th to 23rd, 2019, at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, FL.
is the World Conference on Pharmacometrics (WCoP) and the third conference will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 6 to 9 April 2020.
is the Population Approach Group of Australia and New Zealand, and hosts annual conferences. 
is a non-profit organisation with annual meetings providing an open forum for discussing all PKPD issues in drug development as well as clinical implications of PKPD studies.
provides annual workshops on the theory of optimum experimental design for non-linear mixed effects models and its applications in drug development. PODE 2020 will take place on Monday, June 15, 2020, in Magdeburg, Germany. 
is the Uppsala Pharmacometric Summer School intended for PhD students from all around the world. The next edition will be held 10-21 August, 2020; the first week will focus on covariate model building, and the second week on PKPD modelling of continuous and categorical data in NONMEM 7. The program includes lectures and hands-on sessions, student group work and presentations. Instructors are Prof. Mats Karlsson and colleagues from the Uppsala Pharmacometric Research Group. The application form can be found here.
is the Stockholm Uppsala Pharmacometrics group who meet twice a year, alternately in Stockholm and Uppsala, for a half days’ worth of presentations with social event afterwards.
Pharmacometrics Africa
is a platform for interested groups to establish and run open access quantitative clinical pharmacology educational programs in partnership with local research organisations and academic groups.

Please send comments to Rik Schoemaker (rs@page-meeting.org)