Training

We offer training beginner, intermediate and advanced training for both ADME Workbench and acslX.  Instruction is available either on-site as a multi-day hands-on intensive training event, or via short web-based classes on a hourly basis.  All curriculum can be tailored to the needs of individual students or organizations.

Please contact our sales team to discuss training alternatives, or to develop a customized curriculum tailored to your specific training requirements.  And visit our News page periodically to see notifications of upcoming on-site training events.

Since the PK and PBPK models used in ADME Workbench are created in the simulation languages used by acslX (i.e., CSL and M), a working knowledge of these languages is helpful to be able to understand or modify these models.  A list of web-based 1- or 2-hours training modules is shown below.  All modules are tailored to modeling applications in computational biology.

Module ID Name/Description Hours Level Prerequisites
101 Working with the acslX User Interface 1 Beginning None
102 Working with the acslX Libero User Interface 1 Beginning None
103 Introduction to the Excel acslX Addin 1 Beginning Knowledge of MS Excel
111 Introduction to Modeling with the acslX CSL Language 1 Beginning 101 or 102
121 Introduction to Analysis using the acslX M Language 1 Beginning 101 or 102
201 Introduction to the acslX Simulink Interface Wizard 1 Intermediate 101, knowledge of Simulink
211 Intermediate Modeling with CSL 2 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111
212 Graphical Modeling using acslX 1 Intermediate 101, 111, 211
221 Intermediate Simulation Control and Analysis using the acslX M Language 2 Intermediate 101 or 102
222 Data Visualization using the M Language 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
223 Data Import, Export and Manipulation using the M Language 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
225 Sensitivity Analysis using acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
226 Monte Carlo Analysis using acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
227 Parameter Estimation using acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102,121
251 Introduction to the PK/PD/PBPK Toolkit 1 Intermediate 101, 212
252 Introduction to the Process Control Toolkit 1 Intermediate 101, 212
261 Debugging Models in acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111, 211
262 Porting Legacy ACSL Models to acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111, 211
263 Integration of C/Fortran Code with acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111, 211
301 Advanced Modeling using CSL 2 Advanced 101 or 102, 111, 211
321 Bayesian Analysis and Statistical Modeling using the MC Modeler 2 Advanced 101 or 102, 111, 221, 223
322 Overview of the acslX Custom User Interface M Functions 1 Advanced 101 or 102, 121, 221
323 Parallel Programming with MPI and acslX 2 Advanced 101 or 102, 121, 221
324 Introduction to the acslX Linear Analysis Toolkit 1 Advanced 101 or 102, 121, 221

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