Fresh from the success of their Boston-Cambridge Life Science evening, the PHASTAR team is at it again! This time PHASTAR will be hosting a Life Science Day near it's Alderley Park offices in Cheshire, UK.
The day will explore the theme of 'how statistical analysis and data science can enhance drug and diagnostic device development' and will feature talks given by PHASTAR staff and external experts.
Featuring talks from:
'What is Health Data Science? One biostatistician’s answer' by Professor Peter Diggle, Distinguished University Professor at CHICAS, Lancaster University Medical School.
'What sample size? 101 other ways statisticians influence trial design' by Andrew Lloyd, Head of Statistics - PHASTAR.
'Extracting value from real-world data: an example with wearables' by Professor Jennifer Bradford, Head of Data Science - PHASTAR.
'You've developed your AI tool - now how do we test it?' by Professor Jennifer Rogers, Head of Statistical Research - PHASTAR.
'Ensuring sponsor oversight, and quality of data and interpretation for early phase trials' by Dr Susan Lovick, Statistical Technical Lead - PHASTAR.
The event will take place on Tuesday 26th November, 9:30am-4pm at the Alderley Park Conference Centre. Registration will start at 9:30am and the sessions will run from 10am-4pm, followed by a networking reception at 4pm-6pm.
If you are interested in attending sign up is free and can be found here!