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CDISC Event Archives 2017

Webinars

25 MAY 2017

10:00-11:30 AM CDT

The CDISC Technology Webinar Series is intended for all individuals interested in learning more about how CDISC Standards are leveraged in new and emerging technologies. 

Agenda

Pattern-Based Metadata Repository: A New Approach to Improve the Efficiency and Quality of Data Standards

Description

This webinar will examine the management of relationships, and mapping between, CDASH, SDTM and ADaM data standards through the use of concept-linked patterns and reusable templates. Implementation of this pattern-based hub and spoke approach in the Metadata Repository leads to consistency, increased quality and increased efficiency from database design to reporting and analysis. 

Panelists

20 APR 2017

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM CDT

Agenda

The webinar will discuss the forthcoming SHARE 2.0 release, which will include, for the first time, full support for Therapeutic Area standards, biomedical concepts, terminology subsets, rules and other key enhancements. The webinar will include a demonstration of a Resource Description Framework (RDF) representation of standards content in SHARE 2.0.

Panelists

  • Dr. Lauren Becnel, VP of Biomedical Informatics & Alliances, CDISC 
  • Frederik Malfait, Owner, IMOS Consulting 
     

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CDISC invites you to attend public review for Controlled Terminology. Click here to register. We rely on your input to ensure neutral, consensus-based data standards are developed and adopted by a diverse global community interested in improving research processes and quality for the benefit of all. 

Agenda: 

 
Panelist(s): 
  • Erin Muhlbradt, CDISC Project Lead, NCI EVS 
  • Chris Gemma, Project Manager, CDISC 

Description
BRIDG 5.0 Public Review

BRIDG (ISO:14199) is an international standard biomedical research domain information model developed by stakeholders including CDISC, the National Cancer Institute, the FDA, Health Level 7 (HL7), and International Standards Organization (ISO). This most recent release includes medical imaging, improved concepts for international clinical trial conduct and oncology views based on CDISC Therapeutic Area Standards.  

Panelists

Agenda

Good governance is critical for ensuring consistent and “fit-for-use” data. Data governance standards should begin with the data capture environment and designing well-defined elements. While some aspects will be customized to a company, many are general and apply across organizations. Join CDASH experts to explore considerations and best practices in data capture standards governance.

Panelists

• Gary Walker, Quintiles 
• Michael Ward, Lilly 
• Melissa Binz, Pfizer 
• Judy Tran, Medidata Solutions 
• Trisha Simpson, UCB 
• Kit Howard, CDISC

 

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Agenda

Considerations in Submitting Non-Standard Variables. The SDTM Implementation Guide IG (SDTMIG) provides a standard mechanism and structure for submitting non-standard variables. With the advent and growing knowledge and use of the Findings About (FA) domain, many sponsors are challenged in determining where non-standard data best fit. In this webinar, attendees will learn several criteria that can be used to determine how best to represent such non-standard data. Click here to register 

Panelist

  • Fred Wood, Ph.D., Senior Manager and Lead, The Data Standards Consulting Group, Accenture
  • Jerry Salyers, Senior Consultant, Accenture
  • Kristin Kelly, Associate Director, Global Clinical Data Standards (GCDS), Merck 

 

Agenda
This webinar will address such topics as Therapeutic Area Standards biomarker concept maps, distinguishing characteristics of surrogate markers, as well as examples of enrichment biomarkers and important biomarkers for data. 

Panelists
• Jonathan Neville, PSM, Program Director, Data Standards and Management, Critical Path Institute 
• Bess LeRoy, Metadata Engineer, CDISC

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Please register for this members only webinar using your organizational e-mail address. If you aren't sure whether your organization is a CDISC Member, please review the member list here and confirm before you register. Thank you.

16 Mar 2017

10:00-11:30 AM CST

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Description

Description
The ADaMIG has many variables defined and recommendations on creating user-defined variables. What actually makes sense on a study level can sometimes be difficult to determine. Some of the presenter’s experiences and suggestions will be shown to help clarify what should and should not be done when creating ADaM dataset designs.

Panelist

Nate Freimark, Vice President - Clinical Programming and Date Standards, The Griesser Group

Title:

CDISC Members Only Mini-Training Series - Deconstructing ADRS: Tumor Response Analysis Data Set

Agenda

Results Level Metadata: What, How and Why 

Description

This webinar will provide an overview of results-level metadata – what it means, collection techniques, how it can be used during the creation of analysis displays,  and  what is needed for the define-xml to be results-level compliant. 

Panelists

• Frank DiIorio, President, CodeCrafters 

• Jeffrey Abolafia, Chief Strategist of Data Standards, Rho

Event Location:

TBD

 

Course Information:

Interchanges

SAVE THE DATE!

CDISC 2017 China Interchange

21 - 22 September 2017

Beijing, China

Registration

Early Bird registration to open in April. Stay tuned for an announcement.

 

 

Dates and Location:

13 - 17 November 2017

Hyatt Regency Austin

Austin, TX

 

Sponsorship:

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"Innovation through CDISC standards to Advance Medical Breakthroughs"

Date & Location:

Education Courses

05-09 June 2017

CAC Croit Corporation 

24-1, Nihombashi, Hakozakicho

Chuo-ku

Tokyo, Japan

103-0015

Main Conference

13 - 15 June 2017

University of Tokyo

Ito International Research Center, Ito Hall

Tokyo, Japan

Schedule at a Glance

05-09 June 2017: CDISC Authorized Education

13 June 2017: Therapeutic Area Workshop

14-15 June 2017: Japan Interchange Conference Days

 

Dates & Location:

24 - 28 April 2017

London, England

External Events

15-16 May    
eTRIKS Translational Research Bioinformatics Meeting – Barcelona, Spain – Dr. Lauren Becnel, CDISC VP, Biomedical Informatics and Alliances and Paul Houston, Head of European Operations

HL7 International – Madrid, Spain - Dr. Lauren Becnel, CDISC VP, Biomedical Informatics and Alliances

 

Quantitative Imaging Network 2017 – Washington, DC - Dr. Lauren Becnel, CDISC VP, Biomedical Informatics and Alliances

AMIA Joints Summits 2017 – San Francisco, CA – Dr. Lauren Becnel, CDISC VP, Biomedical Informatics and Alliances and Sam Hume, CDISC Head of Data Exchange Technologies

 

CORBEL Final Meeting on Patient-level Data Sharing – Paris, France – Dr. Rebecca Kush, President and Peter Van Reusel, Chair CDISC Europe Coordinating Committee 

10th International Biocuration Conference – Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA – Anthony Chow, Senior Technical Manager of SHARE attending

 PhUSE CSS Meeting – Silver Spring, MD - Visit CDISC Booth #8 and network with our team

Join Sam Hume, Head of Data Exchange Technologies, CDISC, at eyeforpharma’s Data and Technology in Clinical Trials 2017 Summit. He will be participating on a panel discussion with other thought leaders in the clinical space including Raj Nimmagadda, Global Head of Clinical Data Sciences & Standards Implementation, Novartis and Jeremy Wyatt, CTO & Sr. VP of Product Development, ActiGraph, to discuss best practice for data collection and how this will enable your organisation to make faster and better informed decisions.

Sam will also be presenting on the “beginning to end” project, which will help you see your clinical trial data as one continuous lifecycle. His discussion will touch upon several important themes, including:

Public Courses

Event Location

Hilton Garden Inn

670 Gateway Blvd

South San Francisco, CA  94080

 

 

 

Late registration fees have taken effect as of 15 Apr 2017

 

Event Location:

CAC Croit Corporation 

24-1, Nihombashi, Hakozakicho

Chuo-ku

Tokyo, Japan

103-0015

 

 

 

View event details in Japanese 日本語で読む

 

Register before 5 May to avoid late fees!

 

Course Information

Registration to open soon.

Event Location:

Holiday Inn Leiden 

Haagse Schouwweg 10

2332 KG Leiden

Netherlands

 

 

 

 

 

Register by 12 June 2017 to take advantage of 10% early bird discount.

 

Course Information

Name: 2-day SDTM Theory and Application

Date/Time: 11-12 Sep 2017; 09:00-17:00

Event Location:

Bayer Healthcare

100 Bayer Boulevard

Whippany, NJ 07081 

 

 

 

Register by 18 Apr to take advantage of early bird 10% discount

 

Course Information:

Event Location:

S-Cubed ApS

Lilie-Strandsraede 20C, 5th

Copenhagen, Denmark

1254

 

 

 

Event Location:

Axio Research LLC 

2601 4th Ave., Ste 200

Seattle, WA  98121

 

 

Early bird registration discount (10%) ends 26 Jun 2017

 

Course Information

Name: 2-day SDTM Theory and Application

Date/Time: 25-26 Sep 2017; 09:00-17:00

Event Location:

CAC Croit Corporation 

24-1, Nihombashi, Hakozakicho

Chuo-ku

Tokyo, Japan

103-0015

 

 
Early bird registration discount (10%) ends 11 Jan 2017

 

View event details in Japanese 日本語で読む

 

Event Location:

Grange Tower Bridge Hotel

45 Prescot Street

London, United Kingdom

E1 8GP

 

  

Late registration fees to be applied for registrations received after 24 Mar 2017

Course Information:

Event Location:

Clinipace Worldwide (formerly Accovion GmbH)

Helfmann-Park 10

65760 Eschborn

Germany

Room 342

 

 

 

 

 

Register before 20 May 2017 to avoid late registration fees!

 

Course Information:

Event Location:

8010 Arco Corporate Drive

Suite 100

Raleigh, NC  27617

 

 

 

Register by 27 Jan 2017 to avoid late registration fees

 

Event Location:

McDougall-Scientific Ltd 

789 Don Mills Rd., Suite 802

Toronto, ON Canada

M3C 1T5

 

Event Location:

 

One Turnberry Place

 

19495 Biscayne Blvd

 

Miami, FL  33180

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Early bird registration discount (10%) ends 23 Oct 2016

 

 

Course Information: 

Event Location:

BioClinica 

800 Adams Avenue

Audubon, PA  19403

 

 

 

Early bird discount (10%) period ends 3 Jan 2017

Fundraiser

Date & Location:

Tuesday, 14 November, 2017

6:00 - 9:00pm

Stubbs Bar-B-Q

801 Red River St, Austin, TX 78701

Tickets:

Tickets now available.

Sponsorship:

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About the Event:

Cowboy Up! to Raise Funds for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research Standards. Enjoy live music from local artists, great local Bar-B-Q by Stubbs & presentations on cutting-edge Cancer Research.