FDA/PhUSE Annual Computational Science Symposium
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Update on Standards, Tools and Process Initiatives Across Regulatory
Review and Collaboration with Key Working Groups to Improve the Product
The foundation of the product development process is the ability to
efficiently acquire, store, and analyze the data and documents to make
informed and timely decisions. The focus of the 3rd Annual Computational
Science Symposium is to continue the work initiated at the previous
annual meetings by bringing FDA, industry, and academia together to
provide an update on current initiatives ongoing within the FDA and
establish collaborative working groups to address current challenges
related to the access and review of data to support product development.
These groups will work on possible solutions and practical
implementations with the goal of helping the broader community align and
share experiences to advance computational science.
Information about working groups can be found here
Support the FDA/PhUSE Collaboration
Are you interested in sitting down with industry colleagues and FDA representatives to solve the challenges we face within our industry? Do you want to share ideas and brainstorm about how to implement data standards, using tools, or defining standards analyses?
Come join a working group and participate. The only requirement is that you must participate and contribute. The working groups have set up a number of tools they are using for collaboration. Learn about a working group:
The working groups will be using an online Wiki at www.phusewiki.org
to post minutes, agenda and ongoing notes from the various topics identified within the groups. Just click on the links below to browse through the topics being discussed within the working groups.
Create a user account to add comments and participate in the discussion. The Wiki is an evolving platform for collaboration so please send any feedback or suggestions along to email@example.com
Sign up for a working group:
working group uses an automated mailing list service to help co-leads
communicate with volunteers. If you are interested in joining a working
group, follow the instructions below.
your e-mail and click submit. You will then be prompted to enter your
First and Last name which is required to participate in the working
- You will then receive an e-mail that will provide a link for you to confirm your e-mail (Check those spam folders just in case)
- You are now subscribed and should receive information about upcoming meetings from working group co-leaders!