PhUSE SDE - Frankfurt, Germany

 

 


 

Theme & Description:

The Single Day Event in Frankfurt was another great PhUSE event with over 70 people from Germany, Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Italy attending.
The main focus of this year’s EU SDEs is put on data transparency and submission standards in the pharmaceutical industry.
People found that the mix of presentations in Frankfurt was about perfect with talks including code examples and also high level process oriented talks.

Presentations:

Click on the links below to download the presentations, photos and brochure.

A supplement to the SAS survival guide - nonparametric regression, Karl Ernst Siegler (CRS)

Why Should You Be Using the New SG (Statistical Graphics) Procedures in SAS® 9.2?, Philip R Holland (Holland Numerics)

Challenges in Implementing a Consistent SDTM Standard on Legacy Data, Meike Best (UCB)

ADaM Standards - Organizing the Unorganized, Heike Reichert (Bayer)

Define-XML v2.0 or what happened to value level metadata?, Monika Kawohl (Accovion)

Improving Transparency of clinical data using analytics, Heidi Ulzenheimer and Mark Lambrecht (SAS)

Validation of simple, isolated one-off programs - a pragmatic approach, Stefan Beimel (Merz)

New brooms sweep clean - How to upgrade missing SAS functionality? Simply use PROC FCMP!, Klaus Landwich (HMS)

Brochure

Photos from the day 

 

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PhUSE US Computational Science Symposium 2017

The PhUSE Computational Science Symposium (CSS) will be celebrating its 6th annual event in 2017, having established itself as the premier collaboration within the clinical trial environment. The collaboration has continued to grow, hosting its inaugural event in Europe during 2016 and engaging other regulatory agencies including the EMA and PMDA.

This year's event will once again be co-sponsored by the FDA and PhUSE and will bring together academia, regulators, industry and technology providers to address computational science needs in support of regulatory review.

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