PhUSE Working Groups News

The PhUSE Working groups which are led by volunteers from major stakeholders have been developing innovative solutions that address unmet computational science needs. Here we will look to share the latest information around the PhUSE Working Groups, from workshops to White Papers, projects news and industry views. 

Announcements

NEW: The KPI Metrics project conducted a survey to test the acceptability of the KPIs and establish an initial benchmark set of metrics. The results have been published in a report which is now available to download here.

NEW: Want a detailed overview of Working Groups and Projects? Want to know how the PhUSE Office supports our projects? Tips on how to use Teamwork and the Wiki? Then take a look at this Welcome Pack. It captures useful information for project start up, the on boarding of new project members as well as hints and tips for established projects.

NEW: We have five projects calling for volunteers, click here to read up on the projects scope and how to get involved. 

NEW: The Clinical Legacy Data Conversion Plan and Report project have released the final ADRG package and would appreciate your feedback. To view the packages, click here. Public comment closes 15th February.

NEW: The Nonclinical Topics Working Group would be grateful if you could take a moment to complete this short survey on Industry Send Implementation. The outcome of this survey will be presented at the PhUSE 2019 CSS in Silver Spring, June 9-11, then published for public access on the PhUSE Wiki and Website.  

 

CSS registration is now open! 

Click here to register. 

 

 

 

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