AAPS: www.aaps.org American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists. Developing science, impacting health.
ACCP: www.accp1.org American College of Clinical Pharmacology. Advancing clinical care through pharmacology.
ACoP: www.go-acop.org The American Conference on Pharmacometrics had its first meeting in March 2008. It was formed to bring together other regional groups in the USA such as MUFPADA, ECPAG and BMSR. Participation at last ACoP meeting involved more than 500 participants.
ASCPT: www.ascpt.org American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Advancing the science and practice of clinical pharmacology for the therapeutic benefit of patients and society.
CAMD: https://www.c-path.org/camd.cfm Coalition against Major Diseases.
DDMoRe Foundation: https://www.ddmore.foundation The Drug Disease Model Resources (DDMoRe) Foundation maintains and drives development of a universally applicable, open source, model based framework, intended as the gold standard for future collaborative drug and disease Modelling & Simulation. Work is performed by the following Community Groups:
- The DDMoRe Model Repository provides a community-driven, fully-searchable hub for storing published and unpublished pharmacometric models.
- The DDMoRe Language Community provides a resource for encoding models with MDL, helps with understanding MDL structure and features, and provides a place for logging bugs, issues, feature requests and suggestions.
- The DDMoRe Thoughtflow Community maintains the Thoughtflow provenance standard for recording, storing and reporting the results of pharmacometric analyses, and drives its implementation in software.
NMusers: www.iconplc.com The NMusers email discussion list is an active international community with interests in all aspects of pharmacometrics but especially focused on the use of NONMEM.
PAGANZ: www.paganz.org A group of individuals with a common interest in data analysis using the population approach . It is based in the Australasian region and holds meetings in either New Zealand or Australia. It has been in existence since 1999. It numbers around 60 people who mainly come from the Australasian region with a smaller number of regular visitors from Asia (especially Korea).
PAGE: www.page-meeting.org Describing itself as a community, PAGE is based in Europe but the community includes people from around the world. It has been in existence since 1992. Participation at PAGE meetings involved more than 500 participants.
PAGIN: psgimsr.in/pagin.html The goal of PAGIN is to bring together individuals who share the passion to learn, train, and use model-based population approach methods for data analysis. It is based in India and has been in existence since 2008.
PAGJA: www.pagja.org Describing itself as a study group, PAGJA is based in Japan and holds meetings in Japanese although there was a joint meeting with PAGANZ in English in 2006. It has been in existence since 2006. Around 150 people attend the annual meeting.
PAGK: www.pagk.or.kr Describing itself as a study group, PAGK is based in Korea and holds meetings in Korean. It has been in existence since 2007. Around 130 people attend the annual meeting.
PaSiPHIC: www.pasiphic.calpoly.edu Pacific Coast Statisticians and Pharmacometricians Innovation Conference. Narrowing the distribution between stochastic scientists
by bringing Statisticians and Pharmacometricians together.
PKUK: www.pkuk.org.uk An open forum for discussing all PKPD issues in drug development as well as clinical implications of PKPD studies . It appears to be oldest pharmacometric community with meetings first held in the 1980s.
PharmML: www.pharmml.org PharmML stands for “Pharmacometrics Markup Language” – a new exchange format for encoding of models, associated tasks and their annotation as used in pharmacometrics. It was developed by the DDMoRe consortium, an European Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) project.
PharmPK: www.boomer.org The pharmpk email discussion list is an active international community with interests in all aspects of pharmacometrics.
WCoP: www.go-wcop.org The first World Conference on Pharmacometrics has its first meeting in September 2012.