Beijing Improve-Quality Technology Co., Ltd.
This spotlight was featured in December 2018.
Ruiling serves on the CDISC China Coordinating Committee (C3C).
How long have you been volunteering at CDISC?
Since 2012, when I joined the CDISC China Coordinating Committee (C3C)
What encouraged you to volunteer your time and expertise with CDISC?
CDISC develops a set of great standards, which can improve and accelerate the clinical trial process, especially with data management, analysis and submission. CDISC is a non-profit organization and all volunteers are working for the mission in research and development for new drugs.
How did you begin working in clinical research?
In the beginning, I worked as a lecture and researcher in Peking University, but I really wanted to work for a global company, where I could best use my medical knowledge and experience.
I became a Data Manager at Pfizer. Then I joined an international IT company as a subject matter expert on EDC and other GXP systems. Currently, I created a CRO company (the first CDISC member in China), which provides data management, EDC set-up, SAS programming and statistical analysis, using CDISC standards throughout the whole service.
What is an achievement you are proud of?
What are some of your goals as you continue to volunteer at CDISC?
- Continue to be an expert on CDISC standards.
- Serve as a good connection between CDISC and China regulatory authorities.
- Become an authorized instructor of ODM/Define.xml standards.
Please provide a tip that someone would find helpful in working with CDISC Standards.
- Guide others.
- Use CDISC standards in real studies.
- Attend as many CDISC-related activities as possible, e.g., webinars, seminars, meetings, conferences