ECVPT & EAVPT 1-day workshop - Biotransformation and Drug Transporters in Veterinary Medicine - Nantes, France - 19 July, 2015.
Assessment of drug biotransformation and drug transporters are essential elements during drug development and are of clinical relevance in the prediction of undesirable side effects, drug-drug interactions, species differences in dosing regimens, and residue disposition. The aim of this educational workshop is to present a comprehensive review on these various aspects, accompanied by technical notes and the introduction of research tools.
13th International ECVPT/EAVPT congress
Nantes, France - 19-22 July, 2015. Visit the congress website here
28-31 May 2015 - ECVO Annual Scientific Meeting - Medical treatment of ocular disease, Helsinki, Finland. View the programme here. Visit the congress website here
2-6 March 2015 - ECVPT workshop-style course on pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, Toulouse, France
27-28 February 2014 - ECVPT conference on veterinary pharmacology and toxicology, Badhoevedorp, The Netherlands
27 November 2013 - ECVPT AGM
May 13 to 17, 2013 - 5-day workshop on Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Hannover, Germany.
February 25 to March 2, 2013 - A 5.5 day level 1 course on Population Pharmacokinetic modelling was held in Toulouse from 25 February to 2 March 2013. For more information and full details of the course please click here
July 6, 2012 - The 12th International EAVPT Congress was held from July 8th-12th 2012 in the NH Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands. This meeting was held jointly with ECVPT. Information about the congress is available via its website www.eavpt2012.nl.
April 3-8, 2011 - PKPD workshop in Toulouse was attended to capacity. 24 participants, of which 8 were ECVPT residents, worked their way through 15 practical exercises over the 5-day period with the help of a few formal lectures and short introductions by ECVPT diplomats Professors Pierre-Louis Toutain and Alain Bousquet-Melou and colleagues Professor Didier Concordet and Dr Celine Lafont. The team have made all the test exercises and accompanying data sets available. You can access them by clicking here.