Clinical Data Integration and Management Conference

22–23 March 2016

Clinical data management involves the entry, verification, validation and quality control of data gathered during the conduct of a clinical trial.

In March, the Clinical Data Integration and Management conference returns for its fifth year and will bring Princeton's clinical data community together.

Clinical Data Integration and Management 2016 will include detailed case studies, engaging panel discussions and interactive roundtables.

The event will have a wide representation from a local cluster of biotech, medical device and pharmaceutical companies.

Over two days, there will be an executive line-up of speakers, including:

  • AstraZeneca R&D Information senior director Laszlo Vasko
  • Merck Global DM and Statistics director Terry Katz
  • Eisai validation and QC manager Alex Loboda
  • Roche principle study data manager Gregory Long
  • Roche senior clinical programmer Karuna Ahilan
  • Novartis senior principal business analyst Vera Pomerantseva
  • Luye Pharma Group Global Clinical Development and Regulatory Affairs project manager Jean Barclay
  • Onconova Therapeutics Project and Data Management executive director Patrick Zbyszewski
  • Daiichi Sankyo data management director Kevin Douglass
  • Achillion Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceutical Sciences senior director Maryam Ahmadi

These international solution providers from across the industry will highlight the latest services and technologies to solve challenges, including contract negotiations and big data analytics alongside a comprehensive, research driven conference agenda.

For more information and to view the full programme, please visit the website.

There are a limited number of free places available at the event that is reserved for vice-presidents / directors from biotech and pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Please quote reference MK-HJEP when booking.

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