Join us for the next in the series of our Clinical Trial Special Interest Groups with Afortiori Development at this webinar where we will be discussing data!
The clinical data you collect on your product will be what is scrutinised by regulatory authorities and payers in order to allow you to access your market. Data must be ethically obtained, appropriate, clean, managed according to regulatory requirements and ready for analysis. Don’t make costly mistakes and learn too late that your data isn’t acceptable.
This free to attend event is held as part of the SoLSTICE programme – a project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, click here to be re-directed to further information about the project. This event is classed as State Aid to participating businesses, the value of which is £127, but is delivered completely free of charge to participants.
Chaired by: Dr Nicola Wall, Chief Executive Officer, Afortiori Development Nicola co-founded Afortiori Development after long careers in clinical research within a variety of roles. Nicola has extensive experience and a proven track record in global clinical trial management, quality assurance and process management in the healthcare industry. Afortiori have built an impressive global team of clinical trial specialists, clinicians and biostatisticians with experience in adult, paediatric and neonatal clinical research, and both primary and secondary healthcare settings.
David Baker, Data Management Lead, Afortiori Development
David has over 40 years of clinical experience including 30 years research experience within the pharmaceutical industry, specialising in biometrics and project management. He spent 8 years managing a biometrics department at one of the world’s foremost contract clinical research organisations and has worked as a Global Project Manager overseeing the processes and deliverables on programmes and studies in Asia, Europe, Australasia and the Americas for a variety of clients across a wide range of therapeutic areas including respiratory, diabetes, oncology, neonatology, transplantation and medical devices.