Basel, Switzerland

 


 

Theme:  

Data Visualisation
 

Summary:  

This year’s Single Day Event in Basel Switzerland attracted a record 149 attendees, from 10 countries representing 30 companies. A diverse mix of professions from within the Pharmaceutical Industry contributed to the lively discussions, the broad networking opportunities and a better understanding and appreciation of their fellow attendees. The range of presentations from throughout the drug development cycle both inspired and engaged the audience, with the artistically creative keynote speaker setting the scene.

 

The pre-clinical stream was very well received with multiple attendees independently stating that they would highly appreciate similar programs in upcoming PhUSE events. While attendees of the SAS GD workshop stated that it was a valuable addition to their skill-sets.

 

The poster sessions and the networking was particularly appreciated, and we often had to physically herd people back to the auditorium. All-in-all, the attendees really immersed themselves into the day providing an unforgettable experience.

 

On behalf of PhUSE we would like to thank you for making the event.

 

Joseph & Karma

 

Attendees:

 

Attendee Visualisation

 

 

Videos:

 

 

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Introduction - Joseph Rowley and Karma Tarap, Novartis

 

Finding Truth and Beauty in Data - Moritz Stefaner MA, Independent

 

End Point Determination using Visual Analytics - Mark Lambrecht PhD, SAS Institute

 

The Simpler, the Better a Clinician's View on Data Visualisation - Lixin Zhang-Auberson M.D., PhD, Novartis

 

The Role of Information Visualisation in Health Technology Assessment - Professor Martin Pitt, Exeter University Medical School

 

Spotfire: The Power of Interactive Visualisations for Safety Data Assessment - Joel Allen, Roche and Michael Mertz, Novartis

 

Visualising Benefit-Risk for Drug Regulation - Professor Ashby OBE, FMedDci, Co-Director, Imperial Clinical Trials Unit, Deputy Head, School of Public Health, Imperial College, London

 

Graphics of Clinical Data: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Andreas Krause PhD, Actelion

 

Making the Complicated Obvious - Dieter A. Haering, PhD, Novartis

 

 

Panel Discussion

 

Presentations:

Graphics of Clinical Data: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Andreas Krause PhD, Actelion

Making the Complicated Obvious - Dieter A. Haering PhD, Novartis

Visualising Benefit-Risk for Drug Regulation - Professor Ashby OBE, FMedDci, Co-Director, Imperial Clinical Trials Unit, Deputy Head, School of Public Health, Imperial College, London

The Role of Information Visualisation in Health Technology Assessment - Professor Martin Pitt, Exeter University Medical School

Spotfire: The power of Onteractive Visualisations for Safety Data Assessment - Joel Allen, Roche 

Safety Data Assessment in Clinical Studies - Michael Merz, Novartis

PhUSE October 2014 - Chris Price, PhUSE

Preclinical Discussion Stream - Christina Wurelin and Frederic Mura

Back-up Presentations:

Visual Analytics in Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) of Clinical Trials - Mark Demesmaeker, Integrated Clinical System Inc. 

Visualising Data available in CDISC Dataset-XML Format - Monika Kawohl, Accovion GmbH


Memories of the Day:

 

Brochure

Photos from the day

Posters:

 

CDISC Therapeutic Area Standard User Guide Highlights - Angelo Tinazzi, Cytel Inc

SEND Architecture Facilitates Harmonization and Aggregation of Data from Different Organisations/LIMS - Frederic Mura, Rich Buchanan, Laura Kaufman, Reto Aerni, Christina Wuermlin, Amelia Bedeoan, Michael Wasko, PDS Preclinical Data Systems Inc., Basel Switzerland and Mt. Arlington, NJ USA

Comparison of FDA and OpenCDISC SEND Validator v1.4.1 Rules - Laura Kaufman, Angela Popescu, Frederic Mura, Michael Wasko, Maro Schuster, Rich Buchanan, Amelia Bedeoan,PDS Preclinical Data Systems Inc.; Basel Switzerland and Mt Arlington, New Jersey USA

How to Design a Custom SDTM Domain for NonClinical Data Standards and Roadmap Team - Frederic Mura, PDS

2014 Computational Science Symposium (CSS) Working Groups Intro & Update - Dirk Spruck, Accovion

Industry Standard Good Programming Practices Guidance V1.0 now available - T he PhUSE GPP Steering Board

Interactive Data Visualisation of Adverse Events Clinical Trial Data with the D3.js Script -  Johann-Dan Laurent and Hugh McDevitt, Advanced Quantitative Sciences, Programming Team – Novartis Pharma Development

Visualisation of Programming Metrics with Processing® - Steve Densham, Georges Ette,  Novartis Pharma Development 

Efficient Review of Source Data using Interactive Visualisation in R -  Claire Petry,Advanced Quantitative Sciences Novartis Pharma Development

Visual Analytics for Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) of Clinical Trials -  Dr. Mark Demesmaeker, Integrated Clinical Systems

Visual Analytics - Theorem Clinical Research

Exploiting Parameter - Based Programming - David Garbutt, NNIT 

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