NONMEM® is a nonlinear mixed effects modelling tool used in population pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic analysis. NONMEM stands for NONlinear Mixed Effects Modeling. NONMEM is a computer program that is implemented in Fortran90/95. It solves pharmaceutical statistical problems in which within subject and between subjects variability is taken into account when fitting a pharmacokinetic and/or pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) model to data. The appropriate statistical analysis using the appropriate model helps pharmaceutical companies determine appropriate dosing strategies for their products, and increases their understanding of drug mechanisms and interactions.NONMEM software was originally developed by Lewis Sheiner and Stuart Beal and the NONMEM Project Group at the University of California, and has been used for over 30 years for population analysis by many pharmaceutical companies and the PK/PD modeling community. Its continued development and improvement by ICON Development Solutions assures pharmaceutical companies that they may continue to use the analysis tool with which they are familiar for present day pharmaceutical development.

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