9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
eClinical Intelligence
A Kimpton Hotel
450 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA
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Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, February 26, 2013
09:00:00 Workshop A: Discovering MDR: An In-Depth Look at the Technologies that make a Metadata Registry Success
13:00:00 Workshop B: What No One Tells You About Standards: Structures and Processes for Optimal Standards Implementation
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
08:00:00 Registration, Coffee & Networking
08:55:00 Chair’s Opening Remarks
09:00:00 NEWMEDS Consortium: Lessons Learned on Improving Efficiency of RCT’s through International Collaboration
09:30:00 Lessons Learnt from the PACeR Project: How cross- Industry Collaborations have Led to Increased Speed, Quality and Efficacy of Clinical Trials
10:00:00 Speed Networking & Morning Refreshments
11:30:00 Innovative Pre-Competitive Collaborations to Improve Clinical Trials Sandor Szalma
12:00:00 CDISC Standards, Metadata Registries and Semantic Interoperability: A Case Study of Integrating Standards and Technology to Manage the Clinical Trial Data Lifecycle from Protocol to Submission
13:00:00 Panel Discussion: The Benefits and Challenges of a Metadata Driven Approach to Clinical Trials Sandor Szalma
13:30:00 Lunch
14:30:00 Medrio – Expertise presentation
15:00:00 New Models of Clinical Discovery & Science: Progress and Lessons Learned from the Front Lines of the Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs Transformational Initiatives Leonard D'Avolio
15:30:00 Clinical Research Networks: Novel Approach towards Discoveries in Rare Diseases
16:00:00 Afternoon Refreshment Break
16:30:00 Facilitating Cloud Collaboration with Digital Identity Credentials Mollie Shields-Uehling
17:00:00 Panel Discussion: What are the Best Ways to Leverage and Scale new Innovative Tools within your Organization? David Zhang
17:30:00 Chair’s Closing Remarks
Thursday, February 28, 2013
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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