The Good Data Submission Doctor: 5 Top ADaM Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by Angelo Tinazzi

Nov 27, 2018 3:47:00 AM

 

This is the third in our blog series ' The Good Data Submission Doctor' in which Angelo Tinazzi, Director of Standards, Systems and CDISC Consulting at Cytel tackles key issues in preparing data for CDISC submission. In the previous “Good Data Submission Doctor” blog Angelo discussed his top 5 SDTM FAQ; in this article he turns his attention to the top FAQs for  ADaM. Read on for Angelo's...

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Topics: clinical research, clinical trials, SDTM, ADaM, CDISC


The Good Data Submission Doctor: 5 Top SDTM Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by Angelo Tinazzi

Nov 1, 2018 7:35:00 AM

 

In this second post of the “Good Data Submission Doctor” ( read my first post The Master Recipe: Quality and Attention to Detail Matter here) I would like to go through some of my favorite SDTM Frequently Asked Questions. These are questions I regularly receive in my capacity as a CDISC Subject Matter Expert, either from my colleagues or from the sponsor. Let’s start by taking a look at five...

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Topics: clinical research, clinical trials, SDTM, ADaM, CDISC


When Knowledge Drives Results: The Impact of a Winning Data Strategy

Posted by Cytel

Oct 10, 2018 12:31:00 PM

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Topics: CDISC, SDTM, Data Management, clinical data management


The "Master Recipe": Quality and Attention to Details Matter When Submitting CDISC Packages to Authorities

Posted by Angelo Tinazzi

Oct 1, 2018 6:01:00 AM

One of my wife’s favorite TV shows is ‘Quattro Ristoranti’ (Four Restaurants). In each episode of the show, 4 restaurants of the same style are assessed and the one getting the best evaluation wins the prize. One of the first things the TV presenter Alessandro Borghese, a famous Italian chef, does while visiting the restaurant is to assess (of course!) the kitchen and how much the kitchen and...

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Topics: CDISC, SDTM, ADaM, PhUSE, Statistical Programming, FDA


Exploring Differences Between Pinnacle 21 Community and Enterprise versions for CDISC Compliance

Posted by Cytel

May 22, 2018 6:39:00 AM

 At the recent CDISC EU Interchange in Berlin,  Angelo Tinazzi, Director of Clinical Data Standards and Submissions at Cytel, showcased a popular poster presentation analyzing the differences between the Pinnacle 21 enterprise (P21e) and community versions. Those working in the field of data standards, will know that Pinnacle 21 is led by the team that created OpenCDISC, and is now the leader...

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Topics: CDISC, Statistical Programming


Career Perspectives: Interview with Omar Sefiani, Principal Statistical Programmer

Posted by Cytel

Apr 28, 2018 9:50:00 AM

Cytel has industry-leading experts in Statistical Programming, our programmers have years of SAS® Programming expertise, combined with in-depth knowledge of the specific clinical subject matter, which allows for competent and on-time completion of tasks.

In this blog, we talk to Omar, who is based in Geneva to find out more about his career path, current role at Cytel and his interests outside...

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Topics: Statistical Analysis, careers, clinical research, Statistical Programming, CRO, Recruitment, clinical trials, CDISC, Phase 3, Trial Design


Career Perspectives: Interview with Lisa Goldberg, Associate Director of Statistical Programming

Posted by Cytel

Jan 9, 2018 8:13:57 AM

Our Career Perspectives' series is back! 

Cytel has industry-leading experts in statistical programming with years of SAS® Programming expertise, combined with in-depth knowledge of specific clinical subject matter, which allows for competent and on-time completion of tasks. Our extensive service offering includes CDISC migration, mapping to SDTM and statistical programming.

In the first blog...

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Topics: Statistical Analysis, careers, clinical research, Statistical Programming, SAS, CDISC, CRO, Recruitment


Highlights from PhUSE 2017

Posted by Cytel

Nov 17, 2017 5:00:00 AM

PhUSE 2017 took place in Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh, 8th - 11th October, and brought together a range of experts to tackle the most pressing issues facing statistical programmers today.  We found this year's event informative and well attended. In this blog we share some highlights from the sessions and posters the Cytel team attended.  We will share Cytel's own contributions in a...

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Topics: biostatistics, Interim Analyses, Statistical Programming, R programming, clinical trials, FDA, CDISC


Under wraps: the importance of patient privacy

Posted by Manjusha Gode

Jun 28, 2017 4:36:40 AM

About the Author: Manjusha Gode has over 28 years' IT experience spanning delivery Management, quality management, software testing,  people management, process improvement and multi-locational operations.  She is a pioneering member of Cytel's clinical programming team.

 Clinical data transparency improves decisions for all healthcare stakeholders including patients, caregivers, healthcare...

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Topics: biostatistics, Statistical Programming, Clinical Research Services, CDISC, Regulation


Case Study: From Trial Design to CDISC Submission

Posted by Cytel

May 17, 2017 7:22:51 AM

This new case study shares how Cytel supported a specialist biopharmaceutical company from Phase 2 trial design through to an FDA submission for their lead product candidate. We assembled an expert multidisclipinary team of data coding specialists, biostatisticians, statistical programmers and medical writers to support a number of the studies in the ongoing program, including pivotal Phase 2b...

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Topics: biostatistics, Case Study, Statistical Programming, CDISC


The Making of a CDISC Trainer

Posted by Cytel

Feb 6, 2017 9:10:00 AM

 

CDISC is a global, nonprofit charitable organization whose mission is ‘to inform patient care and safety through higher quality medical research’.  The organization delivers this mission through the development of data standards designed to streamline clinical research- these standard formats are increasingly expected for use in data submissions by regulatory authorities. Importantly, data...

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Topics: Clinical Data, Biometrics, Statistical Programming, CDISC, CDASH, SDTM, ADaM, Training and Education


Our readers' choice : Top Blog posts from 2016

Posted by Cytel

Dec 23, 2016 8:21:00 AM

 

As we prepare to say 'so long, farewell'  to 2016, we'd like to take the opportunity to thank all our blog readers and subscribers.  Read on for a  round up of our most read topics from the year.... 

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Topics: Clinical Data, data manager, EDC, database build, adaptive trials, adaptive designs, SDTM, CDISC


CDISC submissions- are you up to speed?

Posted by Cytel

Dec 21, 2016 9:45:00 AM

 

December 18th 2016 was a significant date for the pharmaceutical industry and regulatory submissions. For trials which commence after this date, the FDA will no longer accept non-CDISC data submissions for new drug applications ( NDAs) , certain investigational new drug applications, abbreviated new drug applications (ANDAs)  and certain biologics license applications (BLAs).

 The FDA...

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Topics: Clinical Data, data manager, SDTM, CDISC, CDASH, Regulation


How do CDASH standards build data quality?

Posted by Cytel

Dec 20, 2016 9:21:00 AM

 

Data Standards play a crucial role in structuring and promoting long term value of clinical data.

Clinical Data Acquisitions Standards Harmonization or CDASH was developed with participation from all three ICH regions (US, Europe and Japan) with recommended data collection fields for 16 domains-> DEMOG, AE etc. It also includes  implementation guidelines, best practice recommendations, and...

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Topics: Clinical Data, data manager, SDTM, CDISC, CDASH


The CRO role in Data Standards Governance

Posted by Cytel

Aug 2, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Editor's note( this blog was refreshed in April 2018)

As CDISC compliant submissions become increasingly expected, biopharmaceutical companies are considering how to approach the issue of data standards governance.  Standards governance is a lynchpin in the management of CDISC compliance and is important for promoting standards awareness within organizations. It’s also an acknowledged hot...

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Topics: Data Management, Clinical Research Services, Clinical Data, EDC, database build, data manager, CDM, Statistical Programming, SDTM, ADaM, CDISC, CDASH


5 trends a statistical programmer needs to follow

Posted by Cytel

Jul 25, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Statistical programmers are in high demand within the biopharmaceutical industry, and within the dynamic world of clinical trials the part they play is ever evolving.  In this blog, we take a look at 5 trends which are shaping their roles in 2016 and beyond. 

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Topics: CDISC, Statistical Programming, SAS, R programming, big data


Lost in Traceability- From SDTM to ADaM

Posted by Cytel

May 12, 2016 10:18:00 AM

 

Once upon a time Hansel and Gretel laid a trail of breadcrumbs which they followed to find their way back home.  Their story can be an allegory for the concept of traceability in clinical data where we need to  lay a clear path to ensure that the results we have created can be reproduced. This blog looks at some aspects of a presentation Lost in Traceability  by Angelo Tinazzi at the CDISC...

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Topics: Clinical Research Services, Statistical Programming, FDA, Clinical Data, CDISC, SDTM, ADaM, EMA, PMDA, Biometrics


5 Hot Topics from the CDISC EU Interchange

Posted by Angelo Tinazzi

May 4, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Last week was the CDISC EU Interchange conference in Vienna, a key event on the calendar for Cytel’s statistical programming subject matter experts . Angelo Tinazzi, Director, Statistical Programming, Clinical Data Standards and Clinical Data Submission at Cytel co-chaired the sessions on Foundational Standards and Standards Governance alongside Astrazeneca’s Daniel Graham, and delivered a...

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Topics: Clinical Research Services, Statistical Programming, FDA, Clinical Data, CDISC, SDTM, ADaM, EMA, PMDA, Biometrics


Mind the Gap! How to prepare for SDTM migrations.

Posted by Cytel

Mar 8, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Data standardization is critical to ensure successful regulatory submissions. While many sponsors now choose to create CDISC compliant outputs as part of their in-line study analysis and reporting, inevitably legacy conversion of older studies is required.

A legacy conversion project is one which requires a significant transformation effort, where neither CDASH nor SDTM has been used....

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Topics: Statistical Programming, ISS, ISE, CDISC, SDTM


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