June Monthly News and Updates
The Computational Science Symposium 2020 is going virtual!
Taking place from the 21st–23rd September, this on-screen event will be brought to you through PHUSE’s unparalleled multimedia content platform, ensuring our long-standing commitment to delivering the highest standard of interactive, data-rich content to the PHUSE community is provided.
During this event you will be digitally immersed in the clinical research arena regardless of your location and will be able to interact within a virtual environment featuring the key pillars of CSS; Updates from the FDA, Panel Discussions and of course, dedicated time for the Working Groups to progress. For more information on this platform, its functionality and how to get involved in the CSS 2020, stay up to date with the PHUSE Blogs and mailshots sent directly to your inboxes.
Registration and Call for Posters will open THIS WEEK! Keep an eye on your email inboxes for more details on registration and submitting a poster.
Single Day Events
Due to the global concerns around COVID-19, PHUSE has decided to make all SDEs in the first half of 2020 virtual events. They will still be free to attend and regionally based, but are open to all PHUSE members to attend at an unlimited capacity.
June welcomes the introduction of the EMEA Bitesize Webinars, which, this month, combine the EMEA Single Day Events into two bitesize virtual webinars. Click the links below to view each agenda and to register your place.
This month we also have the PHUSE Chicago SDE. See the details below and register now!
Visit the PHUSE website for all 2020 SDE dates and to keep up to date with the latest SDE news and changes.
|EMEA Bitesize 1
||EMEA Bitesize 2
||Chicago, USA – 25th June
Tuesday 16th June 2020
Registration is OPEN!
|Tuesday 23rd June 2020
Registration is OPEN!
Thursday 25th June 2020
Theme: What’s in Your Toolbox? Sharing Practical Ideas for Putting Data Science to Work
Registration is open
DON’T MISS the Bengaluru Single Day Event (30th May) presentations and recordings, which will be available this week on the Bengaluru SDE page.