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RECENT EVENT 
 

The PSDM group of the Biometrics Section (BMS) of the Netherlands Society for Statistics and Operations Research (VVS/OR) cordially invited you to participate in

Open Source Software in Clinical Research:
cost-saving opportunity or high-risk solution?


Tuesday June 19th, 2012
hosted by Julius Clinical Research B.V., Zeist

 

Final Program
(final abstracts and presentations available)

REGISTRATION closed

 

12:30

Registration, coffee & tea
13:00

The use of Open Source Software in the Pharmaceutical Industry and the Innovative Medicines Initiative Projects
Ann Marie Martin & Philippe Lamote,

Innovative Medicines Initiative, Brussels, Belgium

abstract     presentation "IMI"     presentation "Innovation and OpenSource"

13:45 

Implementing OpenCDISC for Compliance Checking
Dirk Van Krunckelsven,
Merck NV/SA, Overijse, Belgium

abstract
presentation canceled

14:30  Coffee break
14:45

An Introduction to the Use of R for Clinical Research
Dimitris Rizopoulos,
Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

abstract     presentation "R"

15:30

CDISC next steps: reporting. An update from the PhUSE/FDA collaborative meeting.
Kevin Kane,
Phastar Pharmaceutical Services, London, United Kingdom
presentation "FDA CSS PhUSE Initiative"

16:15 

Plenary discussion: using open source software in clinical trials

17:00

Closure & Drinks

Hosted by Julius Clinical Research B.V., Zeist, the Netherlands.
Price: €50
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