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Simulation in Drug Development: Good Practices

In February 1999 CDDS sponsored a meeting "Modeling and Simulation of Clinical Trials: Best Practices Workshop" to develop suggestions for good practices in the use of modeling and simulation.

A first version of a document describing the outcome of this meeting has been completed:

Simulation in Drug Development: Good Practices

Editors: Holford NHG, Hale M, Ko HC, Steimer J-L, Sheiner LB, Peck CC Contributors: Bonate P, Gillespie WR, Ludden T, Rubin DB, Stanski D

We consider this document to be dynamic and improvable, so we look forward to receiving feedback from readers. Special attention will be given to commentaries that reflect evaluation of the proposed practices after good faith attempts to implement them. We suggest December 31, 1999 as a closing date for feedback to the manuscript.

Please direct comments to:

Nick Holford, Dept Pharmacology & Clinical Pharmacology
University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
email: n.holford@auckland.ac.nz tel:+64(9)373-7599 x 6730 fax:373-7556

Carl Peck
Director
Center for Drug Development Science
Georgetown University Medical Center
tel: 202-687-4332
fax: 202-687-0193

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