image1Our team at Clinipace Worldwide is looking forward to exhibiting at the upcoming PhUSE 2016 conference in Barcelona. The focus of this year’s conference will be around how to standardize and design trials and utilize data more effectively to reduce the time to approval—which, as a dCRO, fits right into our wheelhouse. Make sure to stop by booth #23, October 9-12 to discuss with us how Clinipace’s unique use of technology improves performance, collaboration and visibility for you and your team.

Come Talk With Our Team of Experts:

Dirk Spruck Global Director, Statistical Programming
Dirk has worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 25 years and has extensive experience in data analysis programming, clinical data integration, electronic data submission, data standardization (i.e. CDISC SDTM & ADaM), complex SAS programming, and standard macro development. He has been an active member of industry working groups including the PhUSE Computational Science working group, helping to shape the future of Statistical Programming and Clinical Data Science.

Verónica de Lázaro Vettorello Biostatistics Director
Verónica has been a statistician for more than 10 years in the following therapeutic areas: Oncology (breast, colorectal, glioblastoma, lung: non-small cell & small cell), Neurology (MS), Ophthalmology, Pain and Genitourinary; for all investigative clinical phases (I-IV). Additionally, she has combined Project Management experience in Data Management, Statistical Programming, and Statistics and Medical Writing. Since 2012, she has been supporting the company’s international growth in Europe by taking over business activities for both Spain and Italy and is now leading Clinipace Worldwide’s Biostatistics department in Europe.

Nicola Tambascia Principal Statistical Programmer
Nicola started programming SAS in 2010 for Sanofi-Aventis in Frankfurt. After finishing his internship, he joined Accovion (now Clinipace Worldwide) as a Statistical Programmer for clinical trials. Nicola has worked with various project teams and served statistical programming needs within all major indications. His daily work includes the hands-on application of CDISC standards for regulatory submission as well as consulting clients regarding the implementation of SDTM, ADaM and define.xml.

Sabine Erbslöh – Manager, Statistical Programming
Sabine is a Medical Information Specialist and started working in the pharmaceutical industry in 1990. After gaining experience in Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology, she started programming SAS in 2001. Sabine has worked as a statistical programmer and project manager with various project teams and within many indications. She helped with developing and maintaining standards and SOPs, presented at German programming conferences and attended several PhUSE events.

Corinna Miede – Principal Statistician
Corinna graduated 2004 from the TU (Technical University) of Dortmund (Germany) with a diploma in statistics. Since then, she has been working for Clinipace Worldwide (formerly Accovion) in Germany. As a senior statistician and project manager, she is responsible for Phase I-IV studies of various indications. Corinna worked with SAS as a student and has broadened her SAS experience over the last 12 years within the pharmaceutical industry. She likes the combination of statistics and SAS programming, for which she considers PhUSE a great forum. At the first PhUSE conference in 2005, Corinna presented a paper and won the best paper award in the Statistics and Pharmacokinetics stream.

About PhUSE
Providing the industry with the premier platform for creating and sharing ideas, tools and standards around data, statistical and reporting technologies; PhUSE is a non-profit, volunteer supported, community of professionals who are passionate about advancement of clinical data science. PhUSE is an Independent, Not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers. Since its inception, PhUSE has expanded from its roots as a conference for European Statistical Programmers, to a global platform for the discussion of topics encompassing the work of Data Managers, Biostatisticians, Clinical Data Scientists and eClinical IT professionals.

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