The OC17 Program is here, and it’s bursting at the seams

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The OpenClinica community has proven once again its passion for innovation and knowledge sharing. We received a record number of abstracts exemplifying the OC17 theme, Making the Complex Simple. Best of all, the diversity of expertise among our community yielded a set of sessions that covers a wide swath of data management challenges and solutions. To claim that OC17 “has it all” would be a cliché (and, given the breadth of our field, an obvious exaggeration). But with sessions on pseudonymization, patient registries, biobanking, medical imaging integration, and more, this year’s conference will deliver case studies and how-to’s that almost certainly bear on your research. So let me an offer another, more defensible, another cliché: OC17 has something–and more likely two or three things–for everyone.

Below you’ll find the program as of today, September 26th. (Order is subject to change.)

Monday, December 4: Track 1

Plenary session, “The Story of OC4” | Cal Collins, CEO – OpenClinica

OC4’s ultra-capable forms | Ben Baumann, COO – OpenClinica

Multi-system subject tracking, screening automation, and data exportation | Patrick Murphy – RTI

50,000 subjects, 15 countries, and 1 (multilingual) OpenClinica study | Gerben Rienk Visser – TrialDataSolutions

OC4 architecture | Krikor Krumlian, CTO – OpenClinica

Risk-adapted strategies using OC in an observational trial with a marketed product | Edgar Smeets, PhD, CCRA – Smeets Independent Consultant – SIC

A Plan for Getting Started with Risk-Based Monitoring | Artem Adrianov, PhD, CEO – Cyntegrity

Monday, December 4, Track 2

Plenary session, “The Story of OC4” | Cal Collins, CEO – OpenClinica

Essential reports for the CRC, data manager, monitor and sponsor | Bryan Farrow, eClinical Catalyst – OpenClinica

EUPID services for pseudonymization and privacy-preserving record linkage in OpenClinica | Markus Falgenhauer – Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)

MIMS-OC – A medical image management system for OpenClinica | Martin Kropf – Charité Berlin

Working with OC Insight – OpenClinica’s Configurable Data Visualization Dashboard | Lindsay Stevens, CTDM Specialist – OpenClinica

The RadPlanBio approach to building biomedical research platforms around OpenClinica | Tomas Skripcak – German Cancer Consortium

How to Implement SDTM in Your Study | Mark Wheeldon, CEO – Formedix

Tuesday, December 5, Track 1

Keynote address | Dr. Andrew Bastawrous – Peek Vision

Late-breaking sponsor session | Announcement forthcoming

eConsent as a validated application of OpenClinica’s Participate forms | Brittney Stark, Project Manager – OpenClinica

WORKSHOP: Designing, Publishing, and Sharing Your Study in OC4 | Laura Keita, Director of Compliance and Training – OpenClinica

WORKSHOP: Inside OpenClinica’s APIs | Krikor Krumlian, CTO – OpenClinica

Tuesday, December 5, Track 2

Keynote address | Dr. Andrew Bastawrous – Peek Vision

Combining a nationwide prospective patient registry and multiple RCTs with OpenClinica | Nora Hallensleben and Remie Bolte – Dutch Pancreatitis Study Group

Open Conversation: A dialogue between OpenClinica and OpenSpecimen | Srikanth Adiga, CEO – OpenSpecimen; Aurélien Macé – Data Manager, FIND Diagnostics

WORKSHOP: A Tour of OpenClinica Modules and Integrations | Mike Sullivan, Senior Account Executive – OpenClinica

WORKSHOP: Making the Jump from OC3 to OC4 | Iryna Galchuk, Solutions Engineer – OpenClinica

Details are still in the works, but we will host a “cocktails, conversations, and demos” reception on Monday evening, and cruise Amsterdam’s canals on Tuesday evening.

We hope you can join us for a pair of memorable days, professionally and culturally. Learn more and register here!

 

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