Clinical Data Management Innovation Europe 2024

We are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new event: Clinical Data Management Innovation will take place on 19th-20th November 2024!

19 - 20

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A FANTASTIC NETWORK OF YOUR PEERS AND COLLEAGUES

The programme will feature a range of speakers from the likes of Bristol Myers Squib, Otsuka, Cerevel Therapeutics, Merck, Daiichi Sankyo and many more, who through a variety of interactive session formats will offer insight on promoting successful clinical data management.

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2023 Agenda

  • 13 Sep 2023
  • 14 Sep 2023
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8 AM

Registration and refreshments

8:50 AM

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Speakers

Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company

9 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Innovating your clinical data management processes: what’s new in 2023?

  • How is data management and data capture evolving, and how can you make your processes most efficient?
  • Overcoming obstacles in order to ensure data is captured and processed in a timely manner
  • Choosing vendors for clinical data management: what new players are in the market?
  • Modernizing approaches to traditional data management: what new data engineering tools are available?
  • Using data management technology to reduce burden on short-staffed sites

Speakers

Sam Hume
Vice President, Data Science, CDISC
Chris Natale
Director, Clinical Data Management, Oncology, Moderna
Devdatt (Dev) Patel
Director, Clinical Data Management, Seagen
Manasi Vaidya
Senior Reporter

9:30 AM

Accelerating research with AI today

Clinical trials are digitizing rapidly, generating an enormous volume of data - and manual processes to clean this high volume of data don't scale. At Saama, we are applying artificial intelligence (AI) to automate routine data cleaning and review processes, allowing sponsors to process this high volume of data faster. Join this exciting session to learn how AI is being used today to:

  • Generate and post a query in just 3 min
  • Go from data capture to query generation in less than 2 days
  • Save 20,000+ hours of manual work in a single trial

Speakers

Lisa Moneymaker
VP, Product Management

10 AM

Opportunities created by incorporating real world evidence into clinical trials

  • Tapping into the full potential of real world evidence and incorporating this into your trial
  • Barriers to adopting RWE: how to address and overcome these
  • Navigating regulations in the USA in relation to the use of real world evidence in clinical trials

Speakers

Terry Katz
Sr. Director, Biostatistics and Data Management Planning and Functional Excellence, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

10:30 AM

Morning refreshments and networking

11:15 AM

Best practice in acquiring and reviewing external and biomarker data to reduce turnaround and improve quality

  • How to ensure biomarker data is processed and reviewed in a timely manner and the benefits of this
  • Assessing different platforms and available technologies for handling biomarker data
  • Centralizing and aligning biomarker data in order to increase efficiency

Speakers

Eric Nicolai
Associate Director, Clinical Data Management, Bristol-Myers Squibb

11:45 AM

Non-CRF metadata management

Is the volume and complexity of non-CRF data slowing you down?  Accelerate timelines, ensure data integrity, and gain operational efficiency with global data collection standards and study-level metadata management. Harness the power of automation with a standards-driven approach to facilitate collaboration and transparency across data management, data acquisition, and data standards teams.

Speakers

Erin Erginer
Director of Product, Pinnacle 21 by Certara

12:15 PM

The impact of high turnover of site staff on data collection and what sponsor companies can do to help

  • How to deal with high turnover of staff as a sponsor company: what issues are caused by this?
  • Assessing available technology and processes to alleviate pressure and workload on site staff
  • The importance of maintaining a strong relationship with sites when it comes to data entry and collection

Speakers

Rosanne Petros
Associate Director, Clinical Research, Merck Research Laboratories

12:45 PM

TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT: Running up that hill: accelerate cycle times and reach patients faster with elluminate

Learn how elluminate and eClinical’s biometrics services deliver:

  • Operational insights across numerous data sources that provides definitive answers and analytics on enrollment, protocol compliance and safety
  • Improved study oversight with a holistic view of risk across all data sources
  • 50 out-of-the-box visualizations to support cross-study analysis for deeper insights with self-service access to clinical and operational analytics
  • Increased productivity across data management, medical monitoring, clinical operations, clinical programming and statistical analysis roles

Speakers

Dawn Kaminski
Vice President, Business Development Operations, eClinical Solutions

1 PM

Lunch and networking

2 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Optimizing data capture: new trends in data acquisition to ensure data benefits indication and treatment

  • Ensuring no data that is collected goes to waste: where are biotech and pharma companies collecting unnecessary data?
  • Bringing down overall costs by eliminating collection of data which is not used as part of your trial
  • Regulatory guidance around data acquisition and choosing which data to collect
  • How minimizing the number of data points captured can ease burden on patients during site visits, increase retention, and speed up overall study timelines

Speakers

Chris Natale
Director, Clinical Data Management, Oncology, Moderna
Satish Dachepally
Executive Director, Clinical Database Programming, Incyte Corporation
Manasi Vaidya
Senior Reporter

2:30 PM

Hybrid trials using DCT technology and processes: focus on patients and the sites

  • Highlighting the complexity that Hybrid/DCT brings whilst moving away from the common brick-and-mortar sites.
  • Discussing the rise in regulator concerns in areas such as investigator oversight, and participant’s safety when face to face contact is limited.
  • How we tend to focus too much on technology when it’s actually the processes for the patients and the sites that matter even more.
  • Major points to consider in designing hybrid/DCT trials; building blocks and practical examples to best prepare you to meet the needs of regulators whilst keeping the patient and sites front of mind.

Speakers

Sverre Bengtsson
Co-Founder, Viedoc

3 PM

High impact CDISC Open-Source Alliance (COSA) projects

  • Highlights of some of the most important COSA projects and related standards development
  • Using the CDISC Open Rule Engine (CORE) for conformance checking
  • Piloting Dataset-JSON as a SAS v5 XPORT replacement
  • The OAK project: automated CDASH to SDTM transformations
  • Digital protocol and study design projects
  • Other COSA projects generating interest from industry

Speakers

Sam Hume
Vice President, Data Science, CDISC

3:30 PM

Afternoon refreshments and networking

4:15 PM

The modernization of data management technology

As data capture techniques and data management processes evolve, so must clinical data technology. Join us to discuss some of the seismic shifts in data management happening today and how modern technology can help. Topics will include:

  • How technology support the clinical data management to clinical data science transition
  • The need for centralization of data from decentralized sources
  • AI for data management: where it makes sense and what’s on the horizon

Speakers

Wendy Morahan
Senior Director, Clinical Data Analytics, IQVIA

4:45 PM

Choosing the right technology vendors for clinical data management

  • Weighing up the cost and benefits of different providers for data collection and analysis
  • Striking the balance of outsourcing vs keeping data management in house: what can vendors offer?
  • What new innovations and technology are available in 2023: keeping ahead of the curve when selecting data vendors

Speakers

Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company

5:15 PM

Chairperson’s closing remarks

Speakers

Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company

End Of Day 1 and Networking Drinks

12 AM

Strategies for data standardization and real-time data analytics

  • Challenges and benefits of real-time data: what can this add to your trial, and what additional challenges are created?
  • Capture data from electronic source and automate standardization of data for real-time data review
  • Choosing vendors and technologies to support real-time data collection and analytics: what should you consider?

8 AM

Registration and refreshments

8:50 AM

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Speakers

Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company

9 AM

Problem-Solving Roundtable Discussions

During the roundtable discussion session, the conference hall will be divided into four ‘zones’. Delegates can choose which zone they would like to join. Each zone will be led by a table moderator and will focus on a different challenge within clinical data management. After 45 minutes, delegates will have the opportunity to swap and choose a different table, and each roundtable will run twice.

ROUNDTABLE 1: Building a strong relationship with sites to ensure data is collected and processed efficiently and in a timely manner

Devdatt (Dev) Patel, Director, Clinical Data Management, Seagen

ROUNDTABLE 2: Getting the most out of limited data sets in rare disease clinical trials

Noopur Singh, Director, Medical Affairs, Xentria

ROUNDTABLE 3: Choosing technology and vendors to fit your needs for clinical data management

Keith Chiasson, Vice President, Drug Development, Feldan Therapeutics

Speakers

Keith Chiasson
Vice President, Drug Development
Noopur Singh
Director, Medical Affairs, Xentria
Devdatt (Dev) Patel
Director, Clinical Data Management, Seagen

10:30 AM

Morning refreshments and networking

11:15 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Fostering a strong relationship with sites in order to ensure data management is as streamlined and efficient as possible

  • What more should sponsors be doing in order to relieve burden on understaffed sites?
  • An overview of new technology and innovative processes available in order to increase efficiency around data collection and entry
  • How can having a good relationship with your site improve processes and reduce overall trial timelines?
  • Regulatory considerations around data collection and site processes
  • Managing expectations of site staff when it comes to data entry without damaging relationships
  • Training site staff on your technology and systems in order to avoid errors and ease burden on sites

Speakers

Narayan Lebaka
Senior Director, Clinical Data Management, Inspirna
Kim Chau
Vice President, Clinical Operations, Exai Bio
Rosanne Petros
Associate Director, Clinical Research, Merck Research Laboratories
Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company
Eric Nicolai
Associate Director, Clinical Data Management, Bristol-Myers Squibb

12:45 PM

Lunch, networking and prize draw!

1:30 PM

CASE STUDY: Data Management in oncology: the importance of using suitable technology in your clinical trial in order to create a manageable data structure

  • Challenges in how we collect data: number of data forms and adverse effects in oncology
  • Using the right technology to maximize efficiency of data systems in oncology trials
  • Understanding how to use and analyze data effectively
  • Looking at how to manage your data structure

Speakers

Narayan Lebaka
Senior Director, Clinical Data Management, Inspirna

2 PM

Weighing up statistical significance vs clinical meaningfulness when submitting a new drug for approval

  • Ensuring data and results from your trial are meaningful to patients: is putting out your drug worthwhile to patients?
  • Meeting expectations from the FDA and regulatory bodies when it comes to clinical meaningfulness of your data
  • Considerations when preparing documents for submissions and proving clinical meaningfulness

Speakers

Mohammad Alajarmeh
Director, Clinical Operations, Eunoia Health

2:30 PM

Chairperson’s closing remarks

Speakers

Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company

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Eric Nicolai
Associate Director, Clinical Data Management, Bristol-Myers Squibb

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Fostering a strong relationship with sites in order to ensure data management is as streamlined and efficient as possible

2023-09-14, 11:15 AM

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Best practice in acquiring and reviewing external and biomarker data to reduce turnaround and improve quality

2023-09-13, 11:15 AM

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Sam Hume
Vice President, Data Science, CDISC

Sam Hume leads the CDISC Data Science team who develops tools and standards that support clinical and translational research. Sam directs delivery of the CDISC Library, leads the Data Exchange Standards team, and serves as a leader of CORE. Additionally, he oversees the CDISC Open-Source Alliance (COSA), which supports CDISC-related open-source software projects. Sam has 30 years’ experience working in clinical research informatics and has held several senior-level technology positions in the biopharmaceutical industry. He holds a doctorate in Information Systems.

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Innovating your clinical data management processes: what’s new in 2023?

2023-09-13, 9:00 AM

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High impact CDISC Open-Source Alliance (COSA) projects

2023-09-13, 3:00 PM

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Guang-Liang Wang
Ph.D., Head of Data Management, Cerevel Therapeutics
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Mohammad Alajarmeh
Director, Clinical Operations, Eunoia Health

Mohammad Alajarmeh is an accomplished non-practicing physician in clinical research with experience in clinical operations. He had the opportunity to collaborate on various projects across all phases of clinical drug development.

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Weighing up statistical significance vs clinical meaningfulness when submitting a new drug for approval

2023-09-14, 2:00 PM

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Keith Chiasson
Vice President, Drug Development

Battle-ready project oversight aficionado, with a proven history of working in both the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device landscapes. Innovator, trail blazer and process improvement advocate and guru. Skilled in Electronic Data Capture (EDC), Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Medical Devices, Good Clinical Practice (GCP), and Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS). VERY detail-oriented, loves to do things outside-the-box, run on unpaved trails, and flip burgers differently from everybody else. Motto: "Comfort zone... remind me what this is again?"

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Problem-Solving Roundtable Discussions

2023-09-14, 9:00 AM

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Satish Dachepally
Executive Director, Clinical Database Programming, Incyte Corporation

Satish Dachepally is an Executive Director at Incyte Corporation focusing on Clinical Data Management areas. Satish has over 20 years of success in overseeing the collection, analysis, and reporting of clinical trial data.  He is adept at implementing industry standards and best practices, including CDISC SDTM and CDASH to ensure data integrity, compliance, and streamlined processes.  He is dedicated leader passionate about advancing clinical research through robust data management practices.  He made significant contributions to successful approval of multiple marketed drugs across diverse indications.  Satish earned a Master of Science degree from United Kingdom.

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Optimizing data capture: new trends in data acquisition to ensure data benefits indication and treatment

2023-09-13, 2:00 PM

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Narayan Lebaka
Senior Director, Clinical Data Management, Inspirna

Narayan has and ten (10)+ years of award-winning and progressive experience delivering the highest standards of clinical data management at Bayer and Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS). Bayer Gold Award 2017, Bronze Award 2016, and Pinnacle Award 2015; BMS Performance Award. In-depth knowledge of all aspects of clinical data management, reporting, reconciliation, study reviews, and standards development that drive pharmaceutical businesses forward. 

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Fostering a strong relationship with sites in order to ensure data management is as streamlined and efficient as possible

2023-09-14, 11:15 AM

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CASE STUDY: Data Management in oncology: the importance of using suitable technology in your clinical trial in order to create a manageable data structure

2023-09-14, 1:30 PM

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Joshua Cox
Vice President, Clinical Data & Analytics Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company

Joshua Cox has been honing his data management expertise in the drug development industry for nearly 20 years.  After breaking into the industry and gaining exposure to diverse therapeutic areas and development approaches with a CRO, Joshua has focused the last 15-years in sponsor driven early phase oncology.  He has enjoyed opportunities with bio-tech start-ups as well as established big pharma companies, each engagement adding valuable knowledge and experience to his skillset.  Joshua has led the development of data management departments by conceiving and implementing fit for purpose and results-driven technologies and processes always with an eye toward innovation and efficiency.  Now pursuing leadership opportunities outside the confines of traditional data management, Joshua is eager and excited to be a part of teams pursuing novel solutions to known challenges as well as employing cutting edge strategies and technologies to elevate the already high standards we expect and ultimately get the best medicines to the patients in need.

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Chairperson’s opening remarks

2023-09-14, 8:50 AM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Fostering a strong relationship with sites in order to ensure data management is as streamlined and efficient as possible

2023-09-14, 11:15 AM

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Chairperson’s closing remarks

2023-09-14, 2:30 PM

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Chairperson’s opening remarks

2023-09-13, 8:50 AM

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Choosing the right technology vendors for clinical data management

2023-09-13, 4:45 PM

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Chairperson’s closing remarks

2023-09-13, 5:15 PM

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Chris Natale
Director, Clinical Data Management, Oncology, Moderna

Chris has ~25 years industry experience, ranging from working in the CRO space, as well as for big Pharma to small Biotechs. He is currently at Moderna, as the Director, Clinical Data Management, where he manages multiple direct reports and oversees the Oncology portfolio.  Chris has worked across a variety of therapeutic areas, including Oncology, Virology, Immunology, Cardiovascular, Women’s Health, Neurology, and Metabolic Disorders.  He has  worked on studies ranging from both Phase 1 Healthy Volunteer and Phase 1 Oncology through Phase 3 registrational trials.  Chris is honored to have worked on multiple treatments that made it to market and significantly improved both the quantity and quality of life of the individuals needing treatment.

Chris attended Montclair State University (NJ), where he received both his Bachelor’s and Master of Science degrees in Biology.  He also spent more than 20 years there as a part-time Adjunct Biology Professor.

Away from work, Chris enjoys traveling, hiking, fishing, birdwatching, nature photography, movies, Broadway shows, concerts, and spending time with his family.

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Innovating your clinical data management processes: what’s new in 2023?

2023-09-13, 9:00 AM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Optimizing data capture: new trends in data acquisition to ensure data benefits indication and treatment

2023-09-13, 2:00 PM

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Devdatt (Dev) Patel
Director, Clinical Data Management, Seagen

Devdatt (Dev) Patel is a Director of Clinical Data Management overseeing late-stage programs at Seagen. He has 20 years of experience in the CDM domain. Prior to his work at Seagen, Devdatt was an Associate Director, leading multiple compounds in various phases (e.g., Ph I-IV) of Clinical Trials. In his early career days, he also has diverse experience in the SAS programming field; from EDC build, SAS listings and SDTM programming. Dev has a Bachelor in Arts and Sciences from Rutgers University.

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Problem-Solving Roundtable Discussions

2023-09-14, 9:00 AM

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Innovating your clinical data management processes: what’s new in 2023?

2023-09-13, 9:00 AM

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Noopur Singh
Director, Medical Affairs, Xentria

Noopur’s motivation stems from her desire to help mitigate treatment access challenges seen across indications. She is focused on strategic patient-centered drug development that bridges scientific gaps and cuts through red tape across the drug supply chain. She is determined to increase access to treatments to help fulfill current unmet needs. Her approach stems from the patient journey, ensuring it is integrated throughout the drug development life cycle. In her role as Director of Medical Affairs, Noopur nurtures Xentria’s key relationships with patient experts, key opinion leaders and clinical investigators.

Prior to her role at Xentria, Noopur was the Research Director at the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research where she played a key role in the development and execution of the organization’s scientific research agenda. Noopur has also worked as Clinical Site Manager for Synexus Clinical Research in Chicago, where she was responsible for operationalizing clinical trials. Noopur held several roles at Lurie’s Children’s Hospital Chicago where she managed over 25 industry-sponsored trials. She has also been an active participant in the Therapeutics Development Network with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Noopur earned a B.S.in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan.

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Problem-Solving Roundtable Discussions

2023-09-14, 9:00 AM

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Kim Chau
Vice President, Clinical Operations, Exai Bio

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PANEL DISCUSSION: Fostering a strong relationship with sites in order to ensure data management is as streamlined and efficient as possible

2023-09-14, 11:15 AM

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Dawn Kaminski
Vice President, Business Development Operations, eClinical Solutions

Dawn has over 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. She has worked within every level of clinical data management, from Data Coordinator to Senior Director where she participated in or had oversight for more than 250 clinical trials. During her time in the industry, she has provided consultation to organizations on clinical trial conduct, best practices in Data Management and data capture as well as developed standardized libraries and templates to support the adoption of CDISC standards. She is an active member of SCDM as a GCDMP SME, course designer and webinar presenter as well as Co-Chair of the annual conference (2018-2021) and serves on the SCDM Board of Trustees. Dawn is involved as a member of the CDISC-CDASH core team, Diabetes sub-team, CDASH CFAST Expanded Leadership Team and former Co-Chair of the CRF Library project. Dawn currently holds the position of Vice President, BD Operations, where she supports business development as a Clinical Subject Matter Expert for both software and data services as well as overseeing the Proposals and Solution Consulting departments.

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TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT: Running up that hill: accelerate cycle times and reach patients faster with elluminate

2023-09-13, 12:45 PM

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Wendy Morahan
Senior Director, Clinical Data Analytics, IQVIA

Wendy has 25+ years experience in the life sciences industry with a career spanning academic research, preclinical drug discovery, and clinical trials, culminating in a focus and passion for delivering technology solutions that help bring treatments to patients faster.  Wendy is currently part of the product strategy leadership team for IQVIA Clinical Data Analytics Suite (CDAS), providing both SaaS solutions for the market as well as IQVIA’s internal CRO needs.  As part of the CDAS team, Wendy is responsible for strategy, product management leadership, and Go to Market activities.

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The modernization of data management technology

2023-09-13, 4:15 PM

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Sverre Bengtsson
Co-Founder, Viedoc

Sverre Bengtsson started in the clinical trials industry over 30 years ago. He started as a statistician/statistical programmer, later into data management and since over 20 years into business development. He has been working in both CRO’s as well as in clinical trials technology companies, including the global first ePRO company. Sverre is very interested in making clinical trials efficient, in both study design but also in the processes and technologies used. Sverre co-founded Viedoc Technologies 19 years ago and is responsible for some of the major accounts but also the vision around the company. He’s on the board of both some industry organisations and in clinical technology companies.

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Hybrid trials using DCT technology and processes: focus on patients and the sites

2023-09-13, 2:30 PM

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Erin Erginer
Director of Product, Pinnacle 21 by Certara

Innovative leader with 20 years of clinical research and healthcare experience, specializing in acquisition, management, and transformation of clinical biospecimen and digital health assessment data. Collaborative creator of tech-enabled solutions for the pharmaceutical industry. Accomplished, analytical director possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills with experience in managing multi-functional teams at both a strategic and tactical level. Key strengths include driving transformational change, strategic planning and execution, spearheading business process improvement initiatives, and building high-performing organizations. Built and introduced countless strategies within R&D to achieve efficiencies and resolve process and application gaps. Experienced in operations oversight and guidance, including resource and financial projections and prioritization.

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Non-CRF metadata management

2023-09-13, 11:45 AM

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The programme will feature a range of speakers from the likes of Bristol Myers Squib, Otsuka, Cerevel Therapeutics, Merck, Daiichi Sankyo and many more, who through a variety of interactive session formats will offer insight on promoting successful clinical data management.

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