A Look Into The Year Ahead

Before we pop the champagne to welcome in the new year, PHUSE would like to take a look at the year ahead. Certainly, 2019 is already promising to be the most exciting year yet.

The event season launches in February, with our second US Connect, in Baltimore. This follows our inaugural US Connect, which was held in Raleigh in June 2018. Over 600 people attended Raleigh, and it is already looking like Baltimore will beat it. Connecting with organisations such as the FDA and CDISC ensures PHUSE can continue to carry out its ethos of advancing clinical information through shared ideas, tools and data standards on a global scale.

Utrecht, in central Netherlands, will play host to the first SDE of 2019, in March. We will gather back in the Netherlands in November for the EU Connect 2019 in Amsterdam. Across the pond, the US is already set to hold a SDE in Foster City, California, in March, plus the CSS in Maryland, in June.

Both the Connects and the Single Day Events (SDEs) were created to help bring together academics, regulators and industry representatives working or interested in clinical data science. Hosted in metropolitan cities, our Connects are attended by members from all over the world and our SDEs are held across EMEA, APAC and the Americas.

Whereas the Connects bring together inspirational speakers from a range of companies, the CSS events offer a more hands-on approach based around topics being discussed by the Working Groups.  

If you are unable to make it to any of the events highlighted here, watch this space for details of plenty more networking opportunities in 2019. For more information, click here


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