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      • R workshop - Follow up Q & A session

        Indian Association for Statistics in Clinical Trials (IASCT) is pleased to announce a Q&A session on R, in follow-up to the R workshop from February 2020. This will be a short interactive meeting with the trainer, Mr. Deepayan Sarkar and the participants from the last R workshop, where he will be taking questions from the audience. In addition to the knowledge and skills acquired during the 2-day session in February, the participants would have engaged in hands-on experience within their respective organizations. With that in mind, this interaction will focus on sharing user experiences and getting the resolutions for their queries. Note: Minimum 10-15 participants are required to run a productive session. There is no registration fee for this event. Please indicate your interest by registering via the registration page. Registrations close by Thursday, 24th September.

        Sep 28 2020

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      • Feb


      • R workshop

        With the advancements in technology the industry is slowly moving towards newer and different programming languages and environments. R is one such language and environment that is slowly emerging as a tool of choice for statistical computing and graphics. Many companies are also considering R as an alternative tool that can be used for validation of statistical analysis and can also be used for clinical trials’ submission driven work. R is very similar to the S language that was developed by Bell Laboratories and is used by statisticians and programmers for Statistical Analysis and computing, owing to its wide array of available statistical techniques such as linear and nonlinear modelling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification, clustering, etc., and graphical techniques. R is used widely both in academia and industry, including the pharmaceutical industry. This workshop will help users to understand basics of R and at the end of the workshop, users will be able to appreciate the uses and versatility of R and how it can be used for statistical analysis in clinical trials.

        Feb 27-28 2020 | Lemon Tree Premier, Hi-Tec City, Madhapur, Hyderabad, Telangana 500081

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      • PMDA e-submissions: Expectations and Experiences - An IASCT Social Event

        An overview of PMDA e-submissions, expectations and requirements and experience sharing by one of the industry experts - Takashi Kitahara.

        Feb 13 2020

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      • Nov


      • IASCT Academic Connect - Loyola College Chennai

        The objective of the IASCT Academic Connect is to create a platform to interact and discuss on the role of statistics and programming in drug development. The event is expected to create dialogue between Academia and Pharmaceutical industry on the opportunities for students from Statistics, Computer Science and Life Sciences disciplines and professional skills required for data analytics in Pharma industry. The event also intends to provide a platform to develop academic and industry partnerships in clinical research, innovation and pedagogy.

        Nov 29 2019

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