Partnerships in Clinical Trials 2016 - Boston, Massachusetts
Discover how predictive data analytics are helping sponsors run more efficient clinical trials at this year’s Partnerships in Clinical Trials in Boston. Hear Medidata's very own Joe Dustin on “Unleashing Innovation: a Case Study on Wearables” (10/6, 11:00-11:30am), David Lee’s Keynote Address on Data & Informatics in Clinical Development (10/6, 2:35-2:55pm), and Kyle Given’s “Update on Risk-Based Monitoring: Preparing for ICH E6 (R2) Adoption” (10/7, 11:50am-12:10pm). We look forward to seeing you there!
PCMG Financial Aspects of Outsourcing Workshop
This one-day workshop in Novotel Basel City Centre Hotel will focus on finance for clinical trials, considering various aspects of financial management as new methods of reporting, pricing, and technology are changing the way sponsors, CROs, and sites work together throughout the clinical trial financial cycle. From proposal to payments; budgets, bids and everything in between -- join us for this informative and interactive workshop. Hear from our very own April Mulroney, Managing Director, as she discusses the need for financial transparency and compliance. Find out more by visiting the event website.
2016 Global Site Solutions Summit
Join us at the Global Site Solutions Summit, a unique platform aimed at improving site sustainability and fostering collaboration among the clinical research site community. This year's summit will be larger than ever, with over 800 research leaders attending and featuring sessions with the biggest names in the industry, including a presentation from Medidata's very own Glen de Vries. Click here to register today!
Join Us for Medidata Symposium
Medidata Symposium is centered on innovation and how it’s succeeding in helping change lives. This exclusive event is highlighted by general session presentations from world-renowned speakers and boasts small group breakouts featuring high impact presentations from industry leaders. Join us for this one-of-a-kind forum and learn how innovation is changing lives, advancing research and directly impacting patient treatment. Visit our event page to register now.
CBI's Interactive Response Technologies in Clinical Trials 2016
CBI's Interactive Response Technologies in Clinical Trials conference is the industry's premier event for clinical operations and supply chain, and clinical systems professionals. Be sure to join us Tuesday, October 25 from 1:45 - 3:05 PM, as Medidata's Balance Managing Director, Wade Wirta will be speaking to the RTSM Model and dive into how you can improve your study when there is real-time data available. For more information on Balance and the Medidata Platform, we invite you to stop by our booth during the show. To register for the event, please visit the CBI event website. Looking forward to seeing you in Philly!
Clinical Data, Real Data, Open & Big Data
Medidata is a Gold Sponsor at the The 21st General Assembly of the Association DMB. This one day conference will be held Monday, November 7, 2016 from 09:00 to 18:00 at the Cité Universitaire in Paris. To learn more about the event, just visit the DMB website.
Partnerships in Clinical Trials 2016 - Vienna, Austria
Medidata is excited to participate in this year’s “Partnerships in Clinical Trials” conference in Vienna, Austria, 16–17 November. The conference brings together pharma and biotech sponsors and providers with the common goal of strengthening partnerships, and this year will focus on the reforms, challenges and innovations transforming clinical research.
Hear from industry thought leaders from pharma, CRO’s, and regulatory bodies in a discussion moderated by Medidata on “How Data Quality is Impacting Clinical Trials and Patient Experience”, which will cover the following topics:
- The (un)repeatability of trial results: it’s been reported that less than 50% of clinical trial results can be successfully replicated, meaning many results are not true. How does data, good or bad, play a role in these results and what’s the impact on patients once these drugs are on the market? Does bad data quality impact patients enrolled in studies?
- A regulator’s perspective on data quality: How does the FDA and the EMA view data?
- A new paradigm for data quality management: machine-learning algorithms are able to scrub data, reducing the need for costly and ineffective edit checks. What does this mean for data managers and time to market for new drugs?
Additionally, visit us at booth 159, where we’ll be giving interactive demonstrations of the solutions within the Medidata Clinical Cloud™, our industry-leading platform for clinical development. If you haven’t yet registered and are interested in attending, visit the PCT 2016 website to register.
No upcoming webinars or seminars.