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Insights on the New ADaM guidelines and more at CDSIC Europe Interchange 2022

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I am excited to see you all at the CDISC Europe Interchange, April 27 – 28 but unfortunately, it will be a virtual event (hopefully, for the last time). The program designed by the CDISC Europe Committee and the CDISC team looks promising as always! Silvia Faini and I (members of the committee) will lead the “Tech-Enabled Standards” and “ADaM” streams, respectively.

This year, in addition to the customary keynote presentations, updates from the regulatory agencies, which includes the EMA “Raw Data Project”, and other announcements, there is going to be a dedicated stream for the CDISC Core (CDISC Open Rule Engine) Project. This will be followed by a workshop on April 29, dedicated to the CDISC Open-Source Alliance (COSA), a CDISC initiative to support and promote open-source software projects that create tools for implementing or developing CDISC standards (see also, the current COSA Repository Directory https://cosa.cdisc.org/).

Several sponsors, CROs and academic organizations will share their experiences during the event. Cytel’s Principal Statistical Programmer, Silvia Faini will present on “ADaM Traceability and Multiple Imputations” where she will discuss how to achieve traceability in ADaM, particularly when you need to implement complex Multiple Imputations. You can join me at Session 6C: CDSIC Foundational “20 Minutes to get you aligned with new ADaM IG (et al)”, where I will introduce the most recent updates on the CDISC ADaM standard with the presentation. The focus of my presentation will be on the ADaM update:

  • ADaM Implementation Guidance Version 1.3
  • ADaM OCCDS Implementation Guidance Version 1.1
  • ADaM Implementation Guidance for Medical Device Version 1.0
  • ADaM Implementation Guidance for Non-Compartmental Analysis Version 1.0

Silvia and I are looking forward to meeting you all there. Click here, for more information on the conference.  

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About Angelo Tinazzi

AngeloAngelo Tinazzi is Senior Director, Statistical Programming, Clinical Data Standards and Clinical Data Submission at Cytel. He is a well- published and recognized expert in statistical programming with over 20 years' experience in clinical research. The application of CDISC standards in different therapeutic areas is part of his core expertise since 2003 in particular in the context of data submission to health authorities such as the FDA and PMDA.

Angelo is an authorized CDISC instructor and member of the CDISC ADaM Team as well as the CDISC European Committee where he also manages the Italian-speaking CDISC User Network.