EMEA Bitesize Webinar

Tuesday, 23rd June 2020

 

With Covid-19 making face-to-face meetings impossible, PHUSE has combined the EMEA Single Day Events into a bitesize virtual webinar ensuring our membership still have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues across the industry, benefiting from their knowledge and experience. 

Due to the latest developments of COVID-19,
PHUSE SDEs will be held virtually and open to all.

 

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Agenda:

Time (CET) Presentation Speakers
13:00–13:30 PHUSE Introduction  John Salter,
PHUSE EMEA Director 
13:30–14:00 Graph Data Representation – the FAIRest of Them All Dr Peter Tormay,
Capish, UK &
Eva Kelty,
Capish, Sweden
14:00–14:30 AMNOG – The Early Benefit Assessment in Germany Elvira Erhardt,
mainanalytics
14:30–15:00 SASHelper: A Better SAS Dataset View Kenneth Yan,
Janssen Research & Development
15:00–15:30 The Power of Command Line Interfacing Tools Martin Houben,
Antrim Consulting
15:30–16:00 Setting up the Schedule of Assessment in the CDISC360 Study Designer App PoC Prototype Mikkel Traun,
Novo Nordisk &
Nicolas De Saint Jorre,
XClinical
16:00–16:30 The Transcelerate Hack: Transforming and Automating the Future of Clinical Research Dave Iberson-Hurst & Johannes Ulander,
S-Cubed
16:30 Closing Remarks  John Salter, 
PHUSE EMEA Director 

 

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Sponsors:

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SDE Contact:

John Salter, PHUSE EMEA Director

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact John.

 

 

 

 

 

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