Mobile in Clinical Trials @DPharm 2018 – September 24, 2018 – Boston, MA

Start Date : September 24, 2018
End Date : September 24, 2018
Time : 8:00 am to6:00 pm

Phone : 6463502580
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Location :
Boston Marriott Copley Place, 110 Huntington Ave, Boston, 02116, United States


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The 5th annual Mobile in Clinical Trials is full-day conference preceding DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials and goes into detail on:

- Real-time implementation of mobile solutions

trials driving efficiency

- How to scale up

- Perceived barriers and how to overcome them

- Moving past the hype of mhealth and producing evidence

- Optimizing the true value of mobile data

- Mobile 2.0, wearable, sensors, apps and mobile devices


Morning Sessions

Program chair Dr Dan Karlin, Pfizer, presents the opening remarks for the event. The morning includes industry sessions on: Bayer's perspective on the good the bad and the ugly of mobile health; Merck's latest progress report on the implementation of their AI and digital R&D strategy; how Novartis utilize the ResearchKit platform; Eli Lilly's recommendations for launching multiple devices in a trial; case study learnings from Philips; Pfizer's lessons learned from a regulatory interaction; and new technologies in live five-minute demonstrations.


Afternoon Sessions

The afternoon sessions cover: an interactive group activity focused on data sharing; aligning the promise of technology with the patient voice; pre-competitive collaboration to accelerate the advancement of mobile/digital tools; a roadmap to organizational and digital restructuring to scale mobile clinical trials; moving beyond the accelerometer, what's next for mobile clinical trials; and a call to action and reflection on the the day's learnings.


Highlights for 2018 include:

- Learn how to align the promise of technology with the patient voice 

- Utilize pre-competitive collaborations to maximize the impact and drive acceptance of mobile/digital measurements

- Pragmatic lessons learned from real world implementations

- Meet the can-do developers who can digitize your clinical trials

- Peer networking and idea exchange




Standard Industry rate: USD 995.0

Academic / Non-profit / Govt. rate: USD 497.5

DPharm US Add-On: USD 300.0








Speakers: Daniel Karlin MD, Mohammad Ali, Jessie Bakker PhD, Chrysanthi Dori, Mohanad Fors, Cindy Geoghegan, Jennifer Goldsack, Dina Katabi PhD, Joseph Kim, Joseph Lehar, Jyoti Shah, Michelle Shogren

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