PhUSE Collaboration New Projects & Ideas

The PhUSE Collaboration is accepting proposals for new projects. A proposal will address problems of significant relevance to computational science related to drug, biologic and device development and must meet all of the guidelines for projects within the collaboration, including the following mandatory requirements: 

  • The projects must address significant research issues relevant to computational science
  • The project must not attempt to address FDA policy issues
  • There must be at one Project Lead personally involved in planning and carrying out the project.
New Projects can be submitted anytime during the year, however, in order to be included in the March meeting, new projects must be submitted by end of the previous year. If chosen, the project team will prepare objectives and an agenda for a project team meeting at the Annual Computational Science Symposium in March of the following year. 

Projects of Particular Interest to the the Collaboration include:

  • List and prioritization of issues in drug, biologic and device development related to computational science
  • Identification of possible projects based on pressing issues in drug, biologic and device development related to computational science
  • Identification, prioritization and potential pilots of emerging tools and technologies
  • Projects that fall within the scope of existing defined working groups

Application Process

Complete a Project Request Form.

Completed forms should be sent as an email attachment to

Call for Volunteers - New Project

Standard Analyses and Code Sharing working group have received approval from the CS Steering Committee for the following project.  'Test Data Factory' or (TDF). This project is to provide SDTM and ADaM test datasets that will support a systematic approach to testing scripts and analysis concepts that other PhUSE projects are working on. The project activities will include defining and implementing scripts that create test datasets with specified features, using a simulation based approach and providing these datasets and documentation through the existing infrastructure, for eg. Github.  If you would like to become a member of this project please contact the co-lead

Current CS Working Groups

For information on current CS Working Groups, please visit the PhUSE Wiki page.