The Cytel blog keeps you up to speed with the latest developments in biostatistics and clinical biometrics.

Career Perspectives: Interview with Munshi Imran Hossain, Senior Data Scientist

October 23, 2018

Cytel data scientists apply advanced statistical techniques including predictive modeling of biological processes and drug interactions to unlock the potential of big data.

In this blog we talk to Munshi Imran, who is based in Pune, India to find out more about his career path, current role at Cytel and his interests outside of work.

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A Year in the Life of a Software Trainer

March 27, 2018

 East is the industry standard platform for clinical trial design, simulation, and monitoring, improving scientific productivity during the critical planning stages of clinical development.  In this blog, our Hrishikesh Kulkarni takes us on a tour of his life as a Cytel software trainer and answers some frequently asked questions about how East training sessions work in practice.

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Best Sample Size Calculators for iPhone

March 6, 2018


Photo by Dose Media on Unsplash

By Charles Liu, Senior Product Manager, Cytel

Several years ago, I was one of few Luddites in my social circle still using a “dumb” phone. Other than calls, and (text only!) messaging, it had no other functionality. Once I made the switch, a whole new magical world unveiled itself. With the tap of a button, I could read my email, listen to a podcast, find a nearby restaurant, order a cab, snap a photo, and so on. What was once considered science fiction seems an indispensable part of life today.

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Round-Up:The 6 Hottest Blog Topics from 2017

December 21, 2017

As we prepare to close the door on 2017, we thought we would take a look back at the  topics which have been most popular on the Cytel blog this year.  It's an interesting insight on what pain points and opportunities feature highly on our global biopharma audience's radar.  Read on to learn which of our 2017 blogs have received the most interest from our audience so far.

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