DiscoverASA Biopharm's Podcast
ASA Biopharm's Podcast
Claim Ownership

ASA Biopharm's Podcast

Author: American Statistical Association (ASA) Biopharm. Section

Subscribed: 29Played: 431
Share

Description

In this podcast series sponsored by Biopharmaceutical Section of American Statistical Association, key opinion leaders from pharmaceutical industry and regulatory agencies talk about upcoming statistical conferences and events, and discuss current issues in Biopharmaceutical statistics.
82 Episodes
Reverse
Olga and Natallia discuss their new book Quantitative Methods in Pharmaceutical Research and Development: Concepts and Applications. 
This episode features discussions with 3 mentor-mentee pairs from the Biopharmaceutical Section mentoring program. Conversations include Qing Li and Abie Ekangaki (start 1:25), Samson Ghebremariam and Scott Clark (start 44:33), and Carie Kimbrough and Bruce Binkowitz (start 102:29). They discuss the benefits of mentoring and the dynamics of the mentoring relationship. 
Yabing Mai and Thomas Birkner discuss the 2020 Workshop and the changes necessary to go virtual.
Episode 79: Nusrat Rabbee

Episode 79: Nusrat Rabbee

2020-07-3101:07:24

Nusrat discusses biomarker analysis throughout clinical development and her recent book Biomarker Analysis in Clinical Trials with R.
Dottie Brown, Ciprian Crainiceanu, and Jean Recta discuss how pain is quantified in human and animal trials.
Nancy Flournoy, Dan Holder, and Jim Rosenberger discuss the mission and history of the National Institute of Statistical Sciences and how it will adapt for the future.
Mouna Akacha, Yongming Qu, and Aileen Ward discuss COVID-19 and the operational and statistical effects on clinical trials.
Episode 75: Meijuan Li

Episode 75: Meijuan Li

2020-03-3152:39

Meijuan Li discusses precision medicine, diagnostic devices, and the importance of parallel development of drugs and diagnostics. 
Glen discusses his graduate training in data science in the United Kingdom, vital sign monitoring, the challenges of efficient drug supply, and his healthcare technology podcast, the Pod of Asclepius. 
Bruce discusses the Japanese regulatory environment, challenges for statistics departments spread across the globe, and his hopes and plans for the Biopharmaceutical Section in 2020.
Abie discusses opportunities for statisticians in the CRO industry, and we chat about the Scholarship and Leadership-in-Practice Committees of the Biopharmaceutical Section.
Lisa LaVange, J. Jack Lee, and Steve Ruberg about the ASA Statement on p-values, and their recent paper entitled “Inference and Decision Making for 21st-Century Drug Development and Approval” which was featured in the American Statistician in early 2019. 
Kate Crespi and Ofer Harel discuss the 2020 International Conference on Health Policy Statistics, and describe current topics of interest in health policy including gun violence and opioids. 
Keaven Anderson, Pralay Mukhopadhyay, and Satrajit Roychoudhury discuss non-proportional hazards in a regulatory setting.
Judy Li and Renee Rees discuss what's new and exciting at the 2019 Regulatory-Industry Statistics Workshop.
Donna LaLonde, Kristian Lum, and Leslie McClure discuss the ASA Task Force on Sexual Harassment and Assault.
Rakhi Kilaru and Olgica Klindworth discuss risk-based monitoring and quality tolerance limits. 
Inna Perevozskaya and Bo Huang discuss the changing landscape in oncology clinical development. 
Alex Dmitrienko and Kyle Wathen talk about the development of software for biopharmaceutical applications, the new working group and LinkedIn group, and talk a little bit about the new YouTube Channel for the Biopharmaceutical Section.
Zoran Antonijevic, Robert Beckman, Scott Berry & Richard Simon discuss the current application and future of platform trials.  
loading
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store