PhUSE EU Connect 2019

10th–13th November 2019

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

Amsterdam is undoubtedly one of the most well-known cities in the world. It has a strong tradition as a centre of culture and commerce and is a major hub for business, tourism, culture and renowned cuisine delicacies.

The conference venue, RAI Amsterdam, is located in Zuidas business district, or the 'Financial Mile'. It lies between the Rivers Amstel and Schinkel, close to both the historic city centre and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

2019 marks PhUSE’s 15th year, and we will be reflecting upon the Society's journey and celebrating the achievements to date. As an organisation, PhUSE has continually evolved, and strived to try different things for the benefit of the community. The focus of the first conferences ranged from the software used to the use of standards, moving to present-day topics such as patient centricity, data transparency and machine learning.
 
We will also be looking ahead to the ever-changing landscape, and the implications for the industry, as well as the challenges and benefits which this presents. Looking beneath the tip of the clinical trial iceberg, we will be discussing and debating topics such as patient recruitment, electronic health records, the Cloud, collaboration, analytical software and remote trials.
 
Please share your experiences and connect, share and advance at the EU Connect 2019.
 
Interested in getting more involved in PhUSE? Our community lives through engaged people including presenters, organisers and supporters.

If you wish to participate, please contact me, Michael Harris, EU Connect 2019 Chair, or the PhUSE Office.

 

 

Key Dates:

View the key dates here.

 

Exhibitor & Sponsorship Opportunities:

A range of exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities are available.

 

Connect Chairs:

Michael Harris

BioMarin

Connect Chair

Anne-Sophie Bekx

Janssen Research & Development

Connect Co-Chair

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