Celebrating our Past, Empowering our Future at CDISC International Interchange 2015

CDISC International InterchangeWe’re headed to Chicago, Illinois for the 2015 CDISC International Interchange, November 9-13, 2015.  This year’s theme “Celebrating our Past, Empowering our Future” paves the way for some exciting discussions about modernizing drug development and upgrading the way we get things done in order to work smarter, more efficiently, and ultimately, save more lives.

Industry experts will also be sharing thoughts on CDISC ADaM implementation, Auto Generations with CDISC Data Standards, ADaM examples for complex efficacy analysis datasets and more. Find as list of all the speakers and scheduled presentations at http://www.cdisc.org/2015-International-Interchange.

During this year’s event, look for SimulStat’s President and CEO Adam Sharp and Director of Business Development Andrew Puricelli, as they will be discussing how the right biostatistical programming team can further improve efficiency and costs of future clinical trials. They will also be accepting resumes for new and current SAS programming projects.

During this year’s event, look for SimulStat’s President and CEO Adam Sharp and Director of Business Development Andrew Puricelli.

With so much going on at this year’s CDISC conference, we recommend planning ahead! If you’d like to set up a meeting with Adam or Andrew during the conference, please contact SimulStat directly at (858) 546-4337 or visit http://www.simulstat.com/contact-us/

In the meantime, we look forward to seeing everyone at CDISC!

 

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SimulStat is a prominent San Diego-based biostatistical programming company specializing in SAS® programming and providing biostatistical programming services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.

 

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