A WinSAAM Modeling Meeting
Stefanovski and Ray Boston
September 27-29, 2012
New Bolton Center
Kennett Square, PA 19348
(Kennett Square is 30 miles southwest of Philadelphia)
It is a pleasure to
acknowledge your support and interest in our work on SAAM over the years and,
to celebrate this and welcome the beginning of a new era in the 50 plus years
life of SAAM, we are inviting you to a meeting to hear about some of the new
features of WinSAAM and some of the less well known older features too. For
example, did you know that WinSAAM is the only modeling system that supports a
fully integrated delay mechanism, a fully integrated procedure for the estimation
of nonlinear steady state aspects of a system, and a fully integrated Bayesian
and Population modeling service … and so the list goes on. Our meeting will take place at New Bolton Center, in Kennett Square
on September 27-29 this year
(2012). The topics specific topics our meeting will
· An overview of the history of the SAAM/WinSAAM modeling
software and its encapsulated philosophy as it has evolved from SAAM19 to
SAAM27 to Consaam to WinSAAM.
· A totally new version of WinSAAM currently being
developed and tested at centers around the world. Here we expose new features currently being
developed for WinSAAM including, for example, a Scripter and an Object Labeler.
· The MinMod Millennium, AKA Glucose, and AKA TPG modeling
application software, and what they expose for future modeling applications.
· Units of modeling objects (constructs and
operational units) and how they are derived.
· Modeling complicated systems using WinSAAM’s advanced
· Efficient estimation of drug metabolism and drug
action (PK-PD) using WinSAAM.
· The operation and application of the WinSAAM project
builder and the project manager
· High throughput processing with WinSAAM, and the
investigation of data using automated methods.
· New Statistical methods for kinetic analysis and
the integration of MCMC methodology into WinSAAM.
· A round-table involving all attendees where we
talk about how WinSAAM is being used in the field and new features we would
like to see in WinSAAM.
Thank you, and we look
forward very much to seeing you.
Darko Stefanovski (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ray Boston (email@example.com)
To Register or for more information:
382 W. Street Rd.
For Further Information on WinSAAM
Darko Stefanovski, Peter J. Moate and Raymond C. Boston, WinSAAM: a windows-based compartmental modeling system,
Metabolism, Volume 52, Issue 9, September 2003, Pages 1153-1166.