PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club: Modelling in Drug Development


  • Broadcast Date: 06 December 2012 - 14:00 (UTC)
  • Presenter(s): Chair: Stephen Pyke, GSK; Kayode Ogungbenro, University of Manchester; Simon Kirby, Pfizer

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PSI’s next Journal Club TC sponsored by Wiley will focus on modelling in drug development. The session is on Thursday 6th December between 2:00-3:30 pm UK time and will be chaired by Stephen Pyke, GSK. Speakers Simon Kirby (Pfizer) and Kayode Ogungbenro (University of Manchester) will be presenting their papers published in Pharmaceutical Statistics.

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PSI (Statisticians in the Pharmaceutical Industry) have a free to attend Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club sponsored by Wiley:
• Held quarterly for 1.5 hours.
• Two papers are selected from Pharmaceutical Statistics and authors are invited to present their papers (20 min) followed by discussion (20 min) for each paper.
• Attendees dial into a TC.
• Papers (for a limited time) and slides are available to download beforehand from a public area of the PSI website:
• These TCs are open to both PSI & non-PSI members. No need to pre-register!
• Podcasts are available shortly after the TCs to download from the above website.
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