Shanghai, China

Friday, 6 November 2020

 

Due to the latest developments of COVID-19, the PHUSE Shanghai SDE will be a
virtual event and open to all.

REGISTRATION LINK TO FOLLOW.

 

 

Call for Speakers:

We are now calling for speakers to present at this event.
To submit an abstract or for more information, please contact the SDE Chairs (below).
Presentations should surround the theme of the event, please see the full event description below.
 
Deadline: Monday, 31 August 2020

 

Theme:

Embracing Evolution: Clinical Data Science in the 2020s

Description:

Year 2020 is an extraordinary year, especially for the pharmaceutical industry, with the coexistence of the opportunities and challenges coming in the next decade. It is a year with both expected and unexpected change. As the NMPA published the new guidelines and provisions, and with the rapid development and application of new technologies, such as R and Python, more innovative actions should be taking place with the newly updated submission environment and standards in China.
 
In addition, the global pandemic of COVID-19, which highly influences our way of life, also brings obstacles in clinical trials. All these challenges will reshape our way of working.
 
During this SDE, we'll discuss how these emerging trends are changing our work, and what we can do to embrace the changes.

 

Agenda:

To follow

 

SDE Chairs:

Xin Wang, FMD K&L

Yu (Penny) Pang, Novartis

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact the SDE Chairs.

 

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If you are interested in sponsoring this event, click here.

        

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