Asian Pharmacometric Conference (APC 2017) and PAGJa Meeting

Welcome Message

The Asian Pharmacometric Conference 2017 (APC 2017) will be held on October 26 and 27, 2017 at Kyoto University, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Fujita Commemorative Lecture Hall, Kyoto, Japan.
This outstanding scientific programme will include keynote lectures, oral sessions on Methodology, Application and Regulatory, and a poster session. Not only will this meeting enhance your practical and theoretical knowledge of pharmacometrics including population pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic approaches, it will provide you with the unique opportunity to network with a wide range of professionals in the field of pharmacometrics among Asian countries. We sincerely welcome you to join with us or present your work at poster session of APC.

The annual meeting of Population Approach Group in Japan (PAGJa) will be also held on October 27, 2017.
We sincerely look forward to seeing you in Kyoto in October!

Currently planned schedule;

APC; Oct. 26th (Thu) PM – 27th (Fri) AM [Language; English].
PAGJa; Oct. 27th (Fri) PM [Language; Japanese].
Welcome reception; Oct. 26th (Thu) 17:30 – 19:30.

Fujita Commemorative Lecture Hall (Faculty of pharmaceutical sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan).

Important Dates:
Abstract Submission Deadline: Sep. 22(Fri), 2017
Registration Period:  to 22th of Sep, 2017

Chair of PAGJa:
Professor Yusuke Tanigawara (Keio University School of Medicine).

Access to Kyoto
Kyoto Univ. Pharmaceutical sciences

Access to the Venue
Fujita Commemorative Lecture Hall [Med-Pharm Collaboration Building, 1F];



Two satellite workshops for the APC 2017 in Kyoto, Japan


  1. Understanding Classical Estimation Methods of NONMEM® (Wed. 25th Oct)

It is hard to understand the background theory of NONMEM. Lectures and examples will be given to understand the internals of NONMEM. Participants are expected to have basic knowledge of R software (such as package installation) but not of NONMEM. They will produce essentially the same output as in NONMEM with R optimization functions only, without any help of NONMEM. For more details and registration, please visit http://pmx.amc.seoul.kr

  1. Translation of mAb PKPD: Theoretical basis and Case Studies (Wed. 25th Oct)

PIPET (Pharmacometrics Institute for Practical Education and Training) of the Catholic University of Korea will give a full day workshop in Kyoto. This is not a typical hands-on modeling workshop, but a course for comprehensive understanding of the PKPD of monoclonal antibodies and its practical application cases in clinical development. The course provides chances to look into the theoretical background in physiology and resulting mathematical models as well as interesting cases of translation in human. For detailed program and registration, please visit http://pipetws.mooo.com