Overlap Between Statisticians and Pharmacometricians in Clinical Drug Development: Conflicts and Resolutions
Monday October 30, from 5:30-8pm.
Kenneth G. Kowalski
Kowalski PMetrics Consulting, LLC


Individuals with training in various academic disciplines including pharmacokinetics, pharmacology, engineering and statistics, to name a few, have pursued careers as pharmacometricians. While pharmcometrics has benefitted greatly from advances in statistical methodology, there is considerable tension and skepticism between biostatisticians and pharmacometricians as they apply their expertise to drug development applications. This talk explores some of the root causes for this tension and provides some suggestions for improving collaborations between statisticians and pharmcometricians. The talk concludes with a plea for more statisticians to consider careers as pharmacometrics practitioners.

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