Special session for former colleagues
Sunday 3 December 2006
Centre for Drug Development Science
University of California
Washington Center 1608
Rhode Island Ave. NW
The special session is an opportunity for those who worked closely with Lewis at
UCSF to meet old friends and make new ones. The afternoon program will offer a series
of informal recollections of working with Lewis and its effect on our lives today.
even if you do not plan to attend.
There is a program of speakers who have been asked to describe some of the main
features of life with Lewis and how he is still affecting their lives. However,
everyone is encouraged to participate in an afternoon of memories and celebration
of being with Lewis. If you want to bring a Powerpoint presentation with one or two
slides of photos/special words then we will find some time for you too.
Carl Peck, Founding Director of the Center for Drug Development Science
13:15-14:15 Clinical Pharmacologists
Carl Peck "Jump-starting the Field of Clinical Pharmacology - Lewis Sheiner's influences
on Quantitative Therapeutics"
Don Stanski "Sheiner's influence on the science of anesthetic practice"
Dennis Fisher "Sheiner's Efforts As An Educator"
Raymond Miller "The Hierarchical Categorization in the Evolutionary Development
of the Sheiner Effect"
14:15-15:00 NONMEM Pioneers
Alison Boeckmann & Tom Ludden "Lewis and Stuart: the history of NONMEM"
15:30-16:30 Pharmacometric explorers
Marc Pfister "Mindset change of a Swiss-born MD"
Kyungsoo Park "The Model of InterDisciplinary Collaboration"
Leslie Kenna "Lewis Sheiner: A Student's Perspective"
Evening: Complimentary reception and dinner at the 15RIA restaurant DoubleTree Hotel
The DoubleTree is close to CDDS. If you cannot make it to the afternoon session,
you are still invited to join the reception and dinner at the DoubleTree. A reception
will start at the hotel around 5:15 pm Sunday 3 December.
Please let Nick Holford know if you are planning to come to the reception/dinner
but are not able to come to the afternoon session.
Directions to the DoubleTree
Enquiries to Nick Holford