Mumbai, India

Emerging Trends and Technologies

                                                                                                                                                                                      

Summary:

The PhUSE Mumbai SDE took place on 25th November at the Ramanda Navi Mumbai. The event was attended by over 60 attendees from various companies who came together to listen to presentations and engage in discussions around Emerging Trends and Technologies.
 

Presentations:

Precision Medicine “Your Right to Right Medicine” – Impact on Biostatistics and Programming – Godfrey Machado, Tata Consultancy Services

AI in Clinical SAS – Anandha Satheesh Chinnamuthu, BioCcinica

Sprinting through JIRA: Changing Landscape of BIOSTAT/PROGRAMMING Tracking – Vikas Kumar Singh & Salil Sawant, InVentiv Health

Grid – The Next-gen SAS Computing – Mousum Dutta & Pranam Vaishnav, doLoop Technologies

Benefits of Grid Computing in the Clinical Industry – Milan Adesara, Cytel

SMART aCRF – Automated CRF Annotation – Tamilselvi Senthilkumar & Prakash Pichaimuthu, Symbiance

Zero Loss – Adaptive Design – Sowmiya Kumarasamy & Vijayakumar Radhakrishnan, ICON

Increase Quality and Reduce SDTM Development Time with a Test Data Simulator – Bhaskar Subramanian, Chiltern

Digital Health and Clinical Trials – Pinakin Jani & Shashi Konanur, QuintilesIMS

Automated Generation of Statistical Reports – Literate Programming Approach – Rajaram Venkatesan, Cognizant

Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Trials – Silvester Patil, PPD

Panel Discussion and Q&A – Arghya Chattopadhyay, Tata Consultancy Services, Jitesh Nagaria, doLoop Technologies, Shashi Konanur, IQVIA & Bhaskar Subramanian, Chiltern

Download the event brochure.

 

SDE Chairs:

Arghya Chattopadhyay

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