Future Forum

The Vision of Clinical Data Science - Where Will We Be In 2025?

Since its inception the mission of PhUSE has been to provide the industry with an exceptional and innovative platform for creating and sharing ideas, tools and standards about data and reporting technologies. One of the ideas debated and approved at a PhUSE Board meeting was to organise a thought leader Future Forum. The purpose of this Forum is to explore the vision and, in turn, develop the key themes for the future of clinical development and data science. It will also explore possibilities to further support the FDA initiatives (CSS) and to start expanding this support to both the EMA and PMDA.

The Future Forum is an industry Think Tank and has to be considered as a key initiative to share – contribute and advance towards the future together. This will be around a framework of key topics that are defining the future of clinical development and data science, in the next 10 years to come. The Future Forum will be based on the key principles of PhUSE, but will address more forward looking topics and will lay the foundation for PhUSE’s future working programme.

PhUSE will aim to run this Future Forum with 20 thought leaders in the field, who are experienced professionals that are passionate about advancement of clinical data science, have a clear vision of the future and want to share their ideas with the community.


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17th February 2016

PhUSE Future Forum Sharing the Vision of Clinical Data Science 
Welcome, Introduction & Agenda   Sascha Ahrweiler, Bayer Pharma
Introduction of Future Forum  Stephen Bamford, Business & Decision Life Sciences
WG01 Analytics                                Friedhelm Hornig, Cytel
WG02 Interoperability Darren Weston, Novartis
WG03 Technology John Leveille, d-Wise
WG04 People Beate Hientzsch, Accovion
WG05 Process Kevin Kane, Phastar

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