North Chicago, IL, USA
Crossing the Technical Frontier
PhUSE continued its march to 200 Single Day Events (SDE) with a full technical program at Abbie in North Chicago, Illinois, on July 13 2017.
The theme was “Crossing the Technical Frontier,” and both presenters and participants (~50) fully engaged in that topic throughout the day.
Material was presented on representing and linking multi-dimensional metadata, automated metadata-driven processing, R Shiny use at the FDA, calling R functions from SAS, visual analytics for safety data and voice-driven figure editing; in addition, several updates were provided on PhUSE-related activities regarding the Script Repository and the AE White Paper.
The day ended with a lively discussion among all regarding that content, as well as methods of how best to learn all the new tools and concepts that are happening at the frontiers of statistical programming.
Welcome and Opening Remarks – Walt Offen, AbbVie
Moving Towards a Round World: Representing and Linking Multi-dimensional Clinical Metadata Across the CDISC Standards – Scott Bahlavooni, d-Wise
Automated Metadata-driven Processing – Barry Cohen, Accenture
The PhUSE GitHub Repository – Jared Slain, MPI Research
PhUSE Updates – Chris Hurley, PhUSE US Director
Advancing Clinical Review Efficiency with R Shiny at the FDA – Jimmy Wong, FDA
Calling R Functions from SAS – Interworking Between Different Servers – Stefan Englert, AbbVie
Visual Analytics for Clinical Safety and Healthcare Data – Towards Better Approaches and Avalable Tools – Melvin Munsaka, Takeda
Voice-driven Figure Modification – Mike Carniello, Astellas
Socializing the Deliverables from the Standard Analyses and Displays Project Team – The Adverse Event White Paper is Ready to Use! – Karolyn Kratch, AbbVie
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Yong Lu, Abbvie
Michael Carniello, Astellas
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