Webinar Wednesday

23rd August 2017

PhUSE News & Project Updates 

 

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Join us at this month's Webinar Wednesday for the latest PhUSE news and project updates.  We'll hear all the latest from the PhUSE Board of Directors, have a preview of the Management Stream's planned activity at the Annual Conference in Edinburgh and take a look at a brand new project within the Emerging Trends & Technologies Working Group. If you have any questions for the presenters, there will be an opportunity for a Q&A at the end of the session.

AGENDA    

  • Welcome & What's Happening at PhUSE : Sascha Ahrweiler, PhUSE Communications Director 
  • Management Stream: Sam Warden & Jasmine Kestemont, Stream Chairs
  • Emerging Trends & Technologies: Blockchain Technology, Disa Lee Choun, UCB
  • Q&A: 

 

DATE & TIME

Wednesday 23rd August 2017

3:00pm  (UK time)

4:00pm  (EUR time)

10:00am  (US time)

 

   

2017 Past Webinars

PresentationPresenter

28th June: Review & Feedback from the 2017 EU CSS

 
Review of the EU CSS 2017 Event Gitte Frausing, EU CSS Conference Chair
Data Transparency Lukasz Kniola, Biogen
SDTM & ADaM Implementation FAQ Chris Price, Roche
Nonclinical Topics Jaga Virayah, Bayer
Modeling Endpoints Mike Wasko, PDS LifeSciences
Download the recording  

24th May: Look Ahead to the 2017 EU CSS

 
Welcome & Overview EU CSS 2017 Scott Bahlavooni, d-Wise
Data Transparency Lukasz Kniola, Biogen
Nonclinical Topics Jaga Virayah, Bayer
Emerging Trends & Technologies: FHIR Project Trisha Simpson, UCB
Optimizing the Use of Data Standards: SDTM/ADaM Implementation FAQ Scott Bahlavooni, d-Wise
Standard Analyses & Code Sharing Shafi Chowdhury, Shafi Consultancy
Download the recording  

26th April: Review of Computational Science Symposium 2017

 
Welcome & Overview CSS 2017 Chris Decker, d-Wise
Standard Analyses & Code Sharing Working Group Hanming Tu, Accenture
Optimizing the Use of Data Standards Working Group Jane Lozano, Eli Lilly
Linked Data & Graph Databases Working Group Scott Bahlavooni, d-Wise
Emerging Trends & Technologies Working Group Ian Fleming, d-Wise
Nonclinical Topics Working Group Patricia Brundage, FDA
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29th March: Overview of Edinburgh 2017 Annual Conference

 
Welcome & Overview of Edinburgh 2017 Jules van der Zalm, Conference Chair
Real-world Evidence Stream Kriss Harris, SAS Specialists
Data Standards & Governance Stream Michael Knoessl, Boehringer Ingelheim
Posters Stream Jinesh Patel, Independent Consultant
 Download the recording  

22nd February: CS Working Group Projects & Collaborations

 
CSS 2017 Preview 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/PhUS Collaboration Steve Wilson, FDA
                                                     Download the recording   

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  

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.

 

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