Data collection and management approaches are shifting. Today’s clinical research environment consists of a never-ending flow of real-world data from various sources, subject to multiple regulatory requirements and via a variety of standardized formats. Taking these massive amounts of data points and translating them from data to information, knowledge and, ultimately, wisdom requires a new set of skills for our data scientists. This session will discuss what it means to be a data scientist in our current healthcare world, highlighting what skills are needed, where to get them and how to maintain these skills as data management continues to evolve.
- Meredith Zozus, Director of Clinical Research Informatics, UT Health Science Center San Antonio
- Sam Hume, VP, Data Science, CDISC
- Chris Gibbons, CEO of The Greystone Group
- Ed Hammond, MMCi Program Director, Duke University School of Medicine
- Robert Goodwin, Vice President, Head of Operations, Center of Excellence, Pfizer, ILT TransCelerate Biopharma Inc.
This session is part of a three-part series, The Digital Core Competencies: Clinical Research Informatics for the Pharma Industry, exploring the intersection of the pharma workforce with clinical informatics and research. Each webinar features a fireside chat with an opportunity for audience questions. Attendees will be awarded certification of completion from Duke University School of Medicine MMCi.
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