Ridgefield, CT

July 26th 2018

Focus on the Patients – Bridging Data to Solutions

 

Summary:

On July 26, 2018 PhUSE Single Day Event (SDE) was held at Boerhinger Ingelheim, Ridgfield CT. This event attracted over 70 attendees. The presentations were informative and in line with the topic of ‘Focus on the patients - bridging data to solutions’, while adhering to the allocated timeslot. Participants were engaged and raised numerous discussion points which made the presentations even more interesting. Highlight of the event was the interactive design thinking session led by Crystal Allard (FDA) and Ian Fleming. Participants were separated into groups to articulate the problem and brainstorm potential solutions. Venue was picturesque, conference room was spacious and the food was excellent. This event was one for the books and thanks to all the volunteers for organizing this excellent event.

 

Presentations:

Keynote – Feryal Tanriverdio & Claude Petit, Boehringer Ingelheim

Go/No-go in Early Clinical Development – Bushi Wang, Dacheng Liu, Weizhi Shi & Yi-Hung Wu, Boehringer Ingelheim

Secondary Use of Historical Clinical Data in Meta-Analysis – Hong Wang & Hao Meng, Boehringer Ingelheim

Baikal – Implementing and Deploying Clinical Models with a Real-time Data Lake – Dr. Wade Schulz, Yale School of Medicine

Faster, Effective Oncology Studies Driven by End to End Standard Processes – Kevin Lee, Clindata Insight

PhUSE Update – Chris Hurley, PhUSE Americas Director

The Conformed Data Model – An Innovation Step for the Aspiring Clinical Data Scientist – Guy Garrett, Achieve Intelligence

Educating for the Future – James McDermott & Ian Fleming, PhUSE

Assessing Data Quality with Focus on Content – Michael Beers, Pinnacle 21

Design Thinking Session Workshop – Crystal Allard, FDA & Ian Fleming, Medidata Solutions

CoreDF Reports – Crystal Allard, FDA

 

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