mittyri
Senior

Russia,
2016-02-01 07:59

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 Russian experts are using Helmut's lectures [Off Topic]

Dear Helmut, dear all,

Surfing the russian experts site I've found an article about HVDP (PDF page 7).
I tried to find some new information, because there is no data about appropriate model (fixed or random effects?) in current guideline ("All abovementioned factors should be considered." That's all!)
After the table from Davit et al. - with GMR 1! (PDF page 9) - you can see some screenshots from Mumbai lecture.
Nothing special, just let you know ;-)
BTW I think this lecture is more useful than experts article :-D

Kind regards,
Mittyri
wienui
Regular

Germany, Oman,
2016-02-01 10:31

@ mittyri
Posting: # 15905
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 Thank You Helmut and Forum Colleagues

Dear all,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Helmut for his great and continued efforts to establish and take care of this Forum which is really considered as a bright sign and a scientific reference for a lot of us in the matter of Bioequivalence.
Again Thank you Helmut and wish all the best for all colleagues in the Forum.

Osama/Oman
Astea
Regular

Russia,
2016-02-11 23:42

@ wienui
Posting: # 15978
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 Thank You Helmut and Forum Colleagues

I think it is unethically to use someone's graphs without any link or naming the author. Feel shame for the compatriots...:no:
But from the other hand it is just another confirmation of the great influence and importance of the work of this forum and its leader! I take this opportunity to join wienui and wish to thank a lot all forum colleagues and especially Helmut!
Shuanghe
Regular

Spain,
2016-02-01 11:06

@ mittyri
Posting: # 15907
Views: 3,368
 

 Russian experts are using Helmut's lectures

» ... you can see some screenshots from Mumbai lecture.

And, where is the cited source Russian expert's document? :-D

All the best,
Shuanghe
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