The OC16 conference will shortly get underway in Boston on Monday, October 3rd 2016 at the Harvard Medical School. The line-up across the two-day program is made up of noteworthy experts and practitioners in the field of EDC, who will be sharing their knowledge and experience with the OpenClinica community. Here are just a few of the great speakers who will be taking part:
Based at the Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies, Panama, Morgan Hess-Holtz will be leading an informative breakout session discussing the use of OpenClinica in a prospective, multi-center cohort study in Latin America, on Monday 3rd October at 10:00 – 11:00am.
Lindsay Stevens will be leading two sessions at OC16, a Community Datamart breakout on Monday 3rd October, 11:00 – 11:55am, and a look at Tablet Data Collection with ODK Collect at 4:15 – 5:10pm.
Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Science from Macquarie University and joined the Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales, Australia in 2013. He provides data systems development and support to the VHCRP, with extensive experience of programming languages and EDC platforms. Systems developed include OpenClinica studies, OpenClinica reporting systems, and offline ODK collect surveys.
Patrick Murphy holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Northwestern University, and is Senior Director of Data Management at RTI-HS. He has personally led the 21 CFR Part 11 validation of many clinical database systems, including Clintrial and OpenClinica, and has provided on-site data management support to observational studies and clinical trials globally.
Patrick will be discussing Lessons Learned: Naming Conventions, Rules, and Data Cleaning in Grids on Monday 3rd October from 2:00 – 2:55pm.
Jacob Rousseau, Senior Clinical Developer at the Netherlands Cancer Institute is an OpenClinica developer/administrator, and contributes to the maintenance of the openclinica.nl website. Jacob will be revealing the secrets behind Streamling OpenClinica Data Uploads on Monday 3rd October, 3:15 – 4:10pm
Brittany Couture is a Research Assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the US presenting to us on Monday 3rd October, 3:15 – 4:10pm. The topic of her session is MySafeCare and the use of OpenClinica and other open source software to provide hospitalized patients and their families with a quick, electronic, and real time way to submit safety concerns to appropriate hospital staff.
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Click here to visit the OC16 Conference Page to see the full program and reserve your space now.