Webinar Wednesday

22nd February 2017


CS Working Group Projects & Collaborations



As the 2017 US Computational Science Symposium approaches, join us for Webinar Wednesday where we will focus on a few of the current PhUSE Working Group projects and collaborations, and take a last look at what to expect at the upcoming CSS.



Welcome and CSS 2017 Preview: Scott Bahlavooni/Chris Decker, d-Wise

Evaluating the Use of FHIR in Clinical Studies: Geoff Low, Medidata

Cloud Adoption in the Life Sciences Industry: Anders Vidstrup, NNIT

EU 2017 Computational Science Symposium: Gitte Frausing, Data Standards Decisions

FDA/PhUSE Collaborations: Steve Wilson, FDA

Q & A


Date & Time

Wednesday 22nd February, 2017

3:00pm   (GMT) UK time

10:00am  (EST) US time



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2017 Past Webinars


25th January: Marching to March CSS 2017: Working Group Projects

Emerging Trends & Technologies Working Group Geoff Low, Medidata
Nonclinical Topics Working Group Susan DeHaven, Sanofi
Optimizing the Use of Data Standards Working Group - NO SLIDES Jane Lozano, Eli Lilly
Linked Data & Graph Databases Working Group Tim Williams, UCB
Standard Analyses & Code Sharing Working Group Mary Nilsson, Eli Lilly
                                                                      Download the recording Mary Nilsson, Eli Lilly

11th January: Marching to March CSS 2017

Marching to March: CSS 2017 Overview Chris Decker, d-Wise
CSS 2017 Linkathon Scott Bahlavooni, d-Wise
Study Data Standardization Plan Jane Lozano, Eli Lilly
Deliverables Under FDA Review Crystal Allard, FDA
PhUSE US Update Chris Hurley, MMS Holdings

                                                                       Download the recording


To view webinars from 2014 - 2016, visit the PhUSE Archive.












PhUSE US Computational Science Symposium 2017

The PhUSE Computational Science Symposium (CSS) will be celebrating its 6th annual event in 2017, having established itself as the premier collaboration within the clinical trial environment. The collaboration has continued to grow, hosting its inaugural event in Europe during 2016 and engaging other regulatory agencies including the EMA and PMDA.

This year's event will once again be co-sponsored by the FDA and PhUSE and will bring together academia, regulators, industry and technology providers to address computational science needs in support of regulatory review.

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