The objective of the MS in Pharmacometrics is to allow current professionals to acquire the skills and knowledge to plan, perform and interpret pharmacometric analyses with the goal of influencing key drug development, regulatory and therapeutic decisions. The program offers theoretical and applied technical knowledge together with necessary business skills tailored for the pharmaceutical sector. All courses are held online and follow case-study based teaching.
Software will be provided for computational components of the course work. It is provided for course related work only. Any commercial use is considered a violation of the software license agreement.
The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, through its Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC), offers a highly competitive PhD program with an emphasis on developing in its students the quantitative knowledge and skills needed to develop medications for safe and effective therapy. Doctoral students interested in the Center for Translational Medicine can choose the methods track or the disease track. The methods track focuses on evaluating new methodology pertaining to modeling and simulation approaches (e.g. comparison of different methods for comparative effectiveness). The disease track focuses on building tools for a specific disease area (e.g. elucidating tumor size-survival relationship). Drug development and regulatory fundamentals will be covered in both tracks.