Copenhagen, Denmark

 


Summary:

The Scandinavian Single Day Event took place on 10th June in the Novo Nordisk Offices in the Copenhagen area. The event was a great success with 75 delegates, from 10 countries, representing 29 companies.

The theme of the day was Production of Submission Deliverables, with a focus on the CDISC ADaM model. The 11 presenters did a great job sharing their knowledge and expertise and inspired engaging discussions after their talks. During the lunch and coffee breaks people had lively discussions, not only about the presentations, but also catching up as old colleagues do when they meet.

What a great day and look forward to seeing you all next year!!

Theme:

Production of Submission Deliverables

Presentations:

Dataset-XML, a New Standard for Data Exchange, Mikkel Traun, Novo Nordisk A/S & Lex Jansen, SAS Institute Inc, USA

Analysis Results Metadata for Define-XML v2, Lex Jansen, SAS Institute Inc, USA

Standardised Reporting using ADaM (STREAM Model), Ankur Chakraborty, Ferring Pharmaceuticals

CDISC Project at Novo Nordisk A/S, Marianne Caramés, Novo Nordisk A/S  No Presentation Available

A Dive into the CDISC Therapeutic Area User Guides, Johannes Uladner & Niels Both, S-Cubed ApS

CDISC ADaM Data in Regulatory Filings - Expectation Management, Jon Roth, Ingenium Consultants LLC

Lundbeck's Approach to Enabling Data-Driven Insights, Alastair Clewlow & Toni Awwad, H Lundbeck A/S

From OC to SDTM and Beyond - End-to-End Perspective on Automated ETL, Astrid Wolter, Entimo AG

Data De-Identification: New Challenges for the Data Scientist, Jean-Marc Ferran, Qualiance ApS

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