Highlights from the PhUSE EU Connect

Posted by Cytel

Dec 11, 2018 6:36:00 AM

PhUSE EU Connect 2018 took place in Germany’s financial capital Frankfurt, 4th - 7th November and brought together a range of experts to tackle the most pressing issues facing statistical programmers today. The agenda was superb with 143 presentations in 16 different streams and nearly 30 posters. This year’s event theme ‘Future Forward’ did not disappoint and there were some very...

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Topics: adaptive designs, data science, careers, R programming, Statistical Programming, PhUSE, SDTM, machine learning, CDISC, FDA


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


Life in Programming: Interview With Ajay Sathe

Posted by Cytel

Feb 6, 2018 4:34:00 AM

 We were excited to learn recently that Ajay Sathe, the CEO of our India Operations, was awarded lifetime honorary membership of PhUSE in recognition of his contributions to the influential statistical programming organization. Ajay is a well-known figure in the global statistical programming community and in this blog we chat with him about his work, the important role of PhUSE in the...

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Topics: PhUSE, Statistical Programming, Statistical Analysis, clinical trials, CRO


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