Hyderabad, India

Industry Trends, Advancement and Innovation in Clinical Trials   


 

Description:

Advancements in the clinical trial industry are the result of latest innovations in science and technology. The benefits of the acceptance of CDISC standards have started to show with a harmonized approach to data submissions. Clinical SAS programmers have increased responsibility and challenges in delivering high quality reports with newer methods of analysis such as gene sequencing, microarray data etc. Innovation in clinical trial research from a statistical programming angle will be discussed during the event.

Presentations:

The Changing Face of the Health Care Industry: Industry Trends Simon Wilcock, PPD

Global Advancements in Clinical Trials Shilpakala Vasudevan, Ephicacy

Data Value Chain in Clinical Research Nithiyanandhan Ananthakrishnan, Algorics

Programming TFLs When No Data is Collected – A Farsighted Approach to Win a Race Against Time in Clinical ResearchSakthivel Sivam & Kameswari Pindiprolu, Quartesian

Patient Data Dashboards: Optimising Speed and Minimising RiskPayal Pallavi, PPD

Proc MCPMod – A Tool for Dose Finding using MCPMod - Chitra Tirodkar,Cytel

Potential Use of Wearable Devices, Mobility and Big Data ChallengeSujith Kurup & Mahesh Ganupooru, ICON

The Tempting Cloud and Clinical TrialsSujoy Ghosh & Naina Rani,Chiltern

Personalised MedicineAnn Kuruvilla, Quintiles

Graphics Presentation of Clinical Trial Data and ResultsHanumantha Rao Karedal, Cognizant

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SDE Chairs:

Meghana Bhagwat, Cytel

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