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2017 Europe Interchange
24 - 28 April 2017
London, England
2017 CDISC Japan Interchange
13-15 June 2017
Tokyo, Japan
Austin, Texas
2017 CDISC International Interchange
13-17 November 2017
CDISC Standards Required for Regulatory Submissions to FDA (U.S.) and PMDA (Japan)
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Events and Training

External Events

October 26, 2016 to October 27, 2016


April 24, 2017 to April 28, 2017
June 13, 2017 to June 15, 2017


November 16, 2016

Public Courses

November 7, 2016 to November 11, 2016
December 5, 2016 to December 9, 2016
December 11, 2016 to December 14, 2016

Global Regulatory Requirements

CDISC Standards are now required for regulatory submissions to FDA (U.S.) and PMDA (Japan).

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Become a Member

CDISC Members drive global standards. Join 400+ organizations from around the world that support the CDISC vision and mission.


CDISC relies on the subject matter expertise of thousands of volunteers to create vendor-neutral, platform-independent data standards that enable information system interoperability to improve medical research.


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Allocate your donation to a disease that has affected a loved one. 100% of your contribution will create data standards that improve clinical research processes to develop new treatments, find breakthroughs and unlock cures.

Save Time and Resources

Implementing CDISC standards can save approximately 60% in time and resources to conduct clinical research. And implementing CDISC standards from the start can save 70-90% of study start-up time.

"CDISC has renewed my hope and my dream of making clinical trials faster and more cost-effective by harnessing the data in the EHR."

Kelley Meyer, MS
NRG Oncology Statistics and Data Management Center, University of Pittsburgh

Smarter Research to Unlock Cures

“Having good industry standards for our clinical data is so important because it creates order among the relative chaos of our clinical trial data. When we start to really do that, we can focus our energies on the really innovative and differentiating aspects of the clinical trials we run and stop reinventing the wheel.”

Jonathan Chainey
Global Head, Data Standards, Roche

80% of all electronic clinical trial submissions to FDA

Currently 80% of all electronic clinical trial submissions to the US FDA are submitted using SDTM.

"It is our honor to join the CDISC family. We studied, used, and benefited from CDISC standards, and it is our responsibility to contribute to CDISC."

CDISC Member