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When you register (by clicking on 'Register/submit abstract' under Brugge/Bruges, Belgium on your left and filling in your preferences), an e-mail will be sent to you containing your information and your registration and hotel details. You should print out this e-mail, fill in your preferences and credit card information and fax (+32 50 39 55 83) or surface mail this to the local organisers (Hansa Incoming) in order to pay the registration fee. Your registration is not final until we receive this fax, and people on the waiting list may be given preference if we do not receive payment by April 19, 2006.
In order to facilitate review of abstracts and to aid in a more structured presentation of posters, a number of categories has been created:
- Oral Presentation: Lewis Sheiner Student Session
- Oral Presentation: Model Building Session
- Oral Presentation: Applications
- Oral Presentation: Methodology
- Poster: Applications- Anti-infectives
- Poster: Applications- Biologicals/vaccines
- Poster: Applications- Coagulation
- Poster: Applications- CNS
- Poster: Applications- CVS
- Poster: Applications- Endocrine
- Poster: Applications- Oncology
- Poster: Applications- Other topics
- Poster: Methodology- Algorithms
- Poster: Methodology- Design
- Poster: Methodology- Model evaluation
- Poster: Methodology- PBPK
- Poster: Methodology- Other topics
- Software demonstration
The category should be selected when submitting the abstract. For abstract submission click on 'Register/submit abstract', log in if necessary and click the link on the bottom of your personal info page. Submission of abstracts is only possible online through this web site. Please follow these instructions carefully or download them in either Word/RTF or Adobe/PDF format. Abstracts that do not comply will require re-submission. The moment the abstract is submitted, it is considered a publication in the official online journal PAGE. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Population Approach Group in Europe. ISSN 1871-6032., is formally and uniformly referenced, and is subject to peer review. The size of the poster boards is 90cm wide and 120cm high accomodating an A0-size portrait poster. Please note: because of the large number of submitted abstracts, abstract submission deadlines will be strictly adhered to.
Deadline for Lewis Sheiner Student Session abstracts: 15 MARCH 2006
Deadline for regular abstracts: 31 MARCH 2006
Deadline for payment of registration fees: APRIL 19 2006
Pharsight Student Sponsorship
Students who submit an abstract for a poster or oral presentation may apply for sponsorship (of up to 300 euro, depending on the total number of submissions) made possible by a kind donation from Pharsight, by sending an e-mail (after submitting an abstract) to the conference secretariat (). Students that want to qualify for a sponsorship should require hotel accommodation for the meeting and should bring proof of their academic status (a letter from their supervisor), to be presented at registration for the meeting. The student should not already be sponsored by industry in order to qualify for a PAGE sponsorship.
Software companies, Academic Software Application Developers and Contract Research Organisations are welcome to present their products and services during PAGE. Please contact our conference secretariat for further details ().
For matters related to the PAGE meeting:
For payment of registration fees, hotel reservation, tourist information etc:
Laconistraat 8 - 8000 BRUGES - Belgium
Tel. 0032 50 39 56 94
Fax 0032 50 39 55 83
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruges (or Brugge in Flemish), also called « the Venice of the North », is without any doubt Belgium’s largest tourist attraction. This city is situated in the western part of Belgium and only a short distance away from the Belgian Coast. The capital of Belgium, Brussels, is only 100 km away.
The many canals that make their way through romantic Bruges and the pedestrian zones along historic streets and squares offer you complete freedom. Upon visiting Bruges, you will immediately notice that this city has always carefully cherished its architectural and artistic treasures from the past. What makes Bruges so typical though, is the way it deals with this past today. The people of Bruges would like to invite you to join them and to enjoy it as much as they do. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy and learn more about this city (http://www.brugge.be).
How to reach Bruges:
Bruges(Brugge) is easily reached by taking the Highway E40 Brussel-Ostende, then by following the E403 Brugge/Bruges.
Belgium’s international airport Zaventem Airport (BRU) is situated approximately 120 km east of the city of Bruges. There is a train service to and from the airport every 30 minutes approx. from 6 a.m. to 10 pm. There is a railway train terminal at Zaventem Airport. Check the timetable for the Airport City Express on the Belgian Railways (SNCB/NMBS) website, entering Zaventem Airport as the departure or destination station in the online form.
The railway station is Brugge/Bruges, which is situated at a 10 minutes’ walk from the conference centre. There are direct trains and InterCity trains from all the main railway stations in Belgium throughout the day.
Train Schedule: Belgian Railways (SNCB/NMBS)
For additional information (i.e. alternative airports): http://www.brugesinfo.com/brugge-belgium-travel.php
Mariastraat 38, B-8000 Brugge
The site of Ancient Saint-John's is located in the historical centre of Bruges. The centre is easily accessible via the E40 Brussels - Ostend. You take exit 8 and drive until the second traffic lights where you turn right. Then you follow the signs to the railway station of Bruges (passing by two roundabouts). Drive under the railway bridge.
When reaching the forefront of the station you follow the signs of "Oud Sint-Jan", to the left. Via Oostmeers and Zonnekemeers you will arrive at our centre.
The site of Ancient Saint-John's (Oud Sint-Jan) is only a 5 minutes' walk away from the railway station. When you leave the station (direction Bruges) you cross the station square. Then you follow the signs via Oostmeers and Zonnekemeers.