Key Software User Group Industry Leaders from DataCeutics to Speak at Annual Conference
Philadelphia, PA, April 23, 2018 - PharmaSUG is a Software Users Group of life science and health research professionals focused on the application of technological solutions in data analytics and regulatory support for clinical trials. It is a worldwide organization whose premier event is known as PharmaSUG, and this year it will be held in Seattle, WA.
Presenting at this year’s conference will be some of the most experienced software programmers in their field from DataCeutics.
“We have been a longtime supporter and participant of PharmaSUG, and once again we are pleased that some of our leading programmers will present their papers at this year’s conference,”
— Matt Ferdock, CEO of DataCeutics.
DataCeutics plays a key role in ensuring that raw data, collected from a multitude of sources during complex new drug clinical trials for some of today’s largest and most important pharmaceutical companies, is standardized based on regulatory requirements. Now with 25 years in business, DataCeutics has shown its success through some very impressive results which have captured the interest of many large and small drug developers.
“Unlike other larger CROs, DataCeutics focuses on a reduction of 20% indirect costs with a 30% avoidance of programming errors,”
— Paul Gilbert, President of DataCeutics.
In addition, DataCeutics can boast a programmer retention rate of 94%. More than 90% of their customers choose DataCeutics for their additional projects.
This year, programmers from DataCeutics will be presenting papers on six different topics:
“Discover the Deeper DATA Step” will be presented by Timothy Harrington and will cover new ways to simplify and improve programming;
“Patient-Level Longitudinal Analysis Plots Showing Adverse Event Timelines and Dose Titration Levels” will be presented by John Gerlach and will review the importance of lab results as a measurement of dosing levels;
“PK Data Explained” will be presented by Timothy Harrington and will review the importance of Pharmacokinetics and the monitoring of the concentration level of a certain drugs over time;
“What Makes a Good QC Programmer?” which will also be presented by Timothy Harrington and will discuss the methods employed by Quality Control Programmers;
“Making the most of SAS® Jobs in LSAF®” will be presented by Greg Weber of DataCeutics and Sonali Garg of Alexion, who will discuss how to ensure a 21 CFR Part 11 compliant based SCE; and
Lucius Reinbolt of DataCeutics and Liz MacDonald of Nuventra Pharma Sciences will present “Coming soon: ADNCA and the PK submission” which will cover an important new guidance on the calculation of non-compartmental PK parameters.
DataCeutics is a privately held company situated outside of the Philadelphia metro area which employs clinical programmers with over 10 years of experience in SAS-based programming.
Our mission is to provide Pharmaceutical and Biotech organizations with highly-skilled, self-starting programmers who have been shaping the future of medicine for years.