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DIA/FDA CDER/CBER Computational Science Annual Meeting

  January 25, 2010  
DIA, North Bethesda, MD 20852
Mar 22 2010 8:00AM - Mar 23 2010 5:00PM

Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Road
North Bethesda, MD 20852 

Interest Area(s):
CMC, Clinical Research, Clinical Safety/Pharmacovigilance, Nonclinical, Regulatory Affairs, Research & Development, Statistics


FDA Forum to Promote Progress in Computational Science from Regulatory and Product Development Perspectives

One of the most important and unrecognized issues contributing to drug development and regulatory productivity and quality is the ability to acquire, store, analyze, share and report information needed to make the most informed and rapid decisions in pharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations and international regulatory agencies. This meeting will review progress on topics such as data standards, best practices-driven analytical tool development, business processes driving information systems development, and user experience/evaluation of current tools.


·         Software Showcase and Demonstrations

·         Poster Presentations

·         Interactive Exhibit Hall

·         Half-day Parallel Tracks:

·         Pre-clinical development

·         Clinical pre-approval

·         Post-market safety

·         Product quality



Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this meeting, participants should be able to:

·         Assess progress in data standards development and implementation between regulators and regulated industries;

·         Describe best practices for developing data submissions to facilitate effective and efficient regulatory review;

·         Outline the needs and proposed specification for new tools and solutions; and

·         Explain best practice (process, tools) implementation experiences and the subsequent impact on organizational performance.

Target Audience:

·         Physicians

·         Biostatisticians

·         Epidemiologists

·         Clinical pharmacologists

·         Data management professionals

·         Information Technology professionals

·         Pharmaceutical industry (preclinical, pre-market, post-market development, regulatory, IT) professionals

·         Contract research organizations

·         Government organizations

·         Information management and bioinformatics professionals


Organized by: DIA
Invited Speakers:

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Deadline for Abstracts: Call contact
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For further information contact Benjamin Zaitz, Program Manager, Phone +, Fax + email Benjamin.Zaitz@diahome.org



Limited space is available for exhibits which attendees are free to visit during the meeting and receptions. For further information, contact Shannon Lewis, Exhibits Associate, Phone +1 215 442 6149, Fax +1 215 442 6199, email Shannon.Lewis@diahome.org

E-mail: benjamin.zaitz@diahome.org
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