Webinars Worth Watching
On the last Wednesday of each month, valued volunteers from our PHUSE Community lead a webinar, where they share informative updates and reviews on areas including PHUSE conferences, Working Groups, project updates, white papers and deliverables.
Our April and May webinars are geared towards the forthcoming Computational Science Symposium (CSS) in Silver Spring in June. With just weeks to go, the current focus is on the agenda of our highly popular conference, which offers excellent networking opportunities across industry. From Working Groups overviews and project updates to CSS breakout sessions and FDA public meetings, our recent webinars will provide you with excellent insight into the content over the three-day CSS.
For our webinar on Wednesday 22 May, attendees can look forward to the following agenda:
Welcome & BoD Update – Chris Price, PHUSE Working Groups Director
SDTM Mapping Project Update – Sam Tomioka, Sunovion
Data Transparency CSS Breakout Sessions – Jean-Marc Ferran, Qualiance
Optimizing the Use of Data Standards CSS Breakout Sessions – Jane Lozano, Eli Lilly
Duke Analysis Data Standards Public Meeting – Matilde Kam, FDA
If you are not able to join us live, you can access the session via the recording on our website.
May we take this opportunity to invite you to listen to some of our most popular webinars thus far:
- 27 March 2019 – a discussion of the EU Connect 2019 in Amsterdam in November, with special attention given to the update on the Technical Conformance Guide by Helena Sviglin and Elaine Thompson from the FDA
- 28 November 2018 – a summary of the EU Connect 2018 in Frankfurt from the Connect Chair Katja Glass, and Working Groups project updates
- 25 July 2018 – a presentation on the US Connect 2019 in Baltimore, a review of the CDISC Implementation Primer project from Ethan Chen of the FDA and a feature on the cSDRG Completion Guidelines Deliverable.
For our 2019 webinars to date, please click here.
If you would like to log onto our 2018 webinars, please click here.
As ever, we thank our webinar participants and all our members for their continued support with the Society – without you, our journey would not be possible.
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6 May 2019 at 5:20 PM
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