Webinar Wednesday 

28th February 2018

Working Group Projects & Collaborations

 

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This month we'll take a look at some of the new projects recently set up within the Working Groups and how you can become involved. There will also be news and updates on existing projects and collaborations as well as all the latest plans for the upcoming 2018 Computational Science Symposium in Silver Spring. 

AGENDA

  • Welcome & Board of Directors Update: Chris Price, PhUSE Working Groups Director
  • Educating for the Future: Data Engineering: Guy Garrett, Achieve Intelligence & Beverly Hayes, Janssen Research & Development
  • Educating for the Future: Design Thinking: Ian Fleming, Medidata Solutions
  • Optimizing the Use of Data Standards: CDISC Implementation Primer: Scott Bahlavooni, d-Wise & Peter Van Reusel, CDISC
  • Optimizing the Use of Data Standards: SDTM/ADaM Implementation FAQ: Bhavin Busa, Vita Data Sciences
  • Q &  A

DATE & TIME

Wednesday 28th February 2018

3:00pm  (UK time)

4:00pm  (EU time)

10:00am  (US time)

 

 

  

2018 Past Webinars

PresentationPresenter

24th January: Marching to March CSS 2018 & PhUSE Membership Drive 2018

 
What's Happening at PhUSE BoD Update Frank Senk, PhUSE Membership Director 
CSS 2018 Update Scott Bahlavooni, PhUSE Working Groups Director 
GitHub Environment: From White Paper Targets (TFL) to Shareable Scripts Workshop Hanming Tu, Frontage Laboratories
Nonclinical & Clinical Study Data Reviewers Guide Workshop Jane Lozano, Eli Lilly 
New WG Project: Industry Experiences Submitting Standardised Study Data to Regulatory Authorities Todd Case, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Linked Data for Clinical Trials Workshop Tim Williams, UCB
PhUSE Membership Drive 2018: Future Plans & Goals Frank Senk, PhUSE Membership Director

 

To view webinars from 2014 - 2017, visit the PhUSE Archive.

 

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