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

Sharpening your Advanced SAS Skills: Interview with Sunil Gupta

Posted by Cytel

Jun 21, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Sunil is an Associate Director of Statistical Programming at Cytel and has over twenty-five years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.  He is also an international speaker and best-selling SAS author.  Most recently, Sunil contributes his knowledge as a CDISC Oncology ADaM reviewer and has taught his CDISC online classes with the University of California at San Diego.  Sunil has MS in...

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Topics: Statistical Programming, Training and Education, biostatistics, SAS

Virtual Teams and Clinical Data Management

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

Sep 24, 2015 3:35:00 PM

Earlier this week, Patti Arsenault, Cytel’s Global Head of Clinical Data Management, sat on an SCDM panel with members of Gilead and Westat. The panel partook in an interactive discussion on both the opportunities and challenges which arise from managing virtual teams.

As teams become more global in nature – optimizing delivery by around the clock work hours –many have weighed in on the best way...

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Topics: Data Management, Training and Education

Translational Statistics: How to Move Beyond the Comfort Zone

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

Nov 6, 2014 11:09:00 AM

Professor LJ Wei holds that rules are for lawyers, not (necessarily) clinicians. When designing modern clinical trials, the impetus is often to use “efficient and reliable procedures, to obtain clinically interpretable results with respect to risk-benefit analysis…” Yet these efficient and reliable procedures are often just conventions and rules that provide information that is incomplete or...

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Topics: East, East 6.3, Access to Slides PDF, Trial Design, Trial Monitoring, Training and Education, Predictive Enrichment, Precision Medicine, Translational Statistics, Translational Medicine

2014 Zelen Award Honors Statistician and Educator

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

May 29, 2014 9:58:00 AM

Cytel has taken the initiative to train the next generation of clinical programmers through its innovative Clinnical Programming Laboratory [see Cytel's CliPLab].

What about training the next generation of statisticians? The Harvard School of Public Health has just awarded the 2014 Marvin Zelen Leadership Award in Statistical Sciences to a distinguished statistician and educator. 

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Topics: Marvin Zelen, Training and Education, Statistical Puzzles

Cytel's CliPLab: Training the Next Generation of Clinical Programmers

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

May 27, 2014 7:09:00 AM

Although collaboration between industry and academia has been a longstanding tradition in the field of drug development, existing industry forces are reshaping the nature of this partnership. According to Cytel India's Chief Executive Ajay Sathe, the projected expansion of the drug development market between now and 2017, comes at a time when both industry and academia are challenged to supply...

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Topics: Clinical Research Services, Cytel CliPLab, Statistical Programming, Training and Education

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