When: October 3rd - October 5th, 2023 from 11am - 5pm ET each day

The Applied Pharmacokinetics course is brought to you in partnership by The CFSRE and Uptake. This unique online opportunity is taught by Dr. Lionel Raymon, a clinical and forensic toxicologist whose expertise bridges the interface of pharmacology and toxicology with medical and behavioral sciences. Dr. Raymon is a gifted lecturer who draws on sensitive case experience and responsibilities of academic training to contribute to the rigor to methodology and peer review.

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The format of the class is “live-on-line”. Dr. Raymon expects active participation of the class and dynamically orients the topics based on constant feedback and questions.

Dr. Lionel Raymon
Lionel Raymon
Subsequent to a two-year fellowship at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Addiction Research Center in Baltimore, MD, where he focused on neurological toxicity of HIV proteins and AIDS dementia, Dr. Raymon obtained his Pharm.D. Degree in November 1989 from University of Dijon, France. He then graduated in September 1994 from the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine with a Ph.D. in Pharmacology. 

Following his postdoctoral training in the neuropharmacology of drug abuse with Dr. Mash at the National Parkinson Foundation, University of Miami School of Medicine, Dr. Raymon joined the department of Pathology - Forensic Toxicology where he studied the impact of drug abuse on various populations. Dr. Raymon has been published in a number of scientific journals and forensic books related to drug abuse, to drug-facilitated sexual assaults and to drug interactions of forensic relevance. He is a member of the Forensic Panel, and a faculty at the Robert F. Borkenstein Center for Studies of Law in Action at Indiana University. Dr. Raymon held a position as Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology in the Department of Surgery, Division of Pathology at NOVA Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, FL from 2010 until November 2020.

Who Should Register

Students, professionals, and anyone interested in furthering their knowledge of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics.

Group Discounts

Course registration is $600 per attendee. If you register 5 or more attendees from your business/organization, you are offered a reduced registration fee of $450.

Course Schedule

Designed for forensic toxicologists, pathologists, or anyone interested in pharmacokinetics, this 3-day, 15-hour course, covers applied clinical pharmacokinetics in greater depth than the classic introductory presentations. Successfully launched in 2020, this is the fourth offering of the class!

The course comes with a comprehensive syllabus and is accompanied by practice questions covered throughout the instruction.

The course provides the attendees with a sound understanding of most major pharmacokinetic parameters and how to calculate them. Intended as a follow-up to the first day of the Forensic Pharmacology course, this class will take the student into the modeling of biological fluid drug concentration as a function of time. The interactive experience will be based on problems, questions, and case-studies, and will require the use of a calculator and graph paper.

*The course content has been reviewed by the ABFT and ABC and determined to be acceptable for submission to the ABFT and ABC for 15 hours of continuing education credits.