With the clinical research space evolving at lightning speed, clinical trial sponsors and research sites may be overwhelmed when trying to scale and accelerate their trials to collect patient clinical data quickly and accurately. Enter technology.
How can one connect their eClinical technology system with a myriad of stakeholders — participants, clinical data managers, clinical research coordinators, hospital IT departments, clinicians/principal investigators, biostatisticians/data analysts, monitors/Clinical Research Associates, clinical operations teams, etc.,— for optimal success that empowers sites to deliver better data, faster?
In this webinar, a panel of clinical trial experts come together to discuss the role that technology plays in data capture. The featured speakers will also discuss clinical trial strategy operations for the most effective study, and the best practices for better clinical data management across all stakeholders.
Join this webinar to learn how technology can enhance data delivery in clinical research.
Yama Mujadidi, Clinical Trials IT and Development Lead, Oxford Vaccine Group, University of Oxford
Yama Farooq Mujadidi is an experienced Software Engineer with extensive knowledge and skills in clinical trials data infrastructure, data management and data governance with greater than ten years of experience in clinical trials database and IT system design and validation. Yama is currently working with Oxford Vaccine Group in the capacity of Clinical Trials IT and Development Lead. During the pandemic, Yama played a crucial role in running COVID-19 trials across the globe, including leading the team of Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials database infrastructure engineers and data managers.
Amanda Bravery, Head of ICT, Imperial Clinical Trials Unit (ICTU), Imperial College London
Amanda Bravery is Head of ICT, at Imperial Clinical Trials Unit, Imperial College London. She is a highly skilled manager and leader with over 25 years industry experience working in a large contract research organisation, pharmaceutical company and an academic clinical trials unit.
Included in her successes is the introduction of new systems into Imperial College for electronic clinical data capture and undertaken systems migration with stakeholders nationally and globally, with consideration for business continuity, information governance, IT security, audit and quality management. Amanda is Chair of the UK Clinical Research Collaboration Information Systems Operational Group.
Maryam Y. Garza, PhD, MPH, MMCi, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Arkansas
Dr. Garza is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Medicine. Throughout her career, she has worked on and managed several HL7® data standards development projects in collaboration with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC). As a member of the UAMS faculty, she has managed several national and international projects, providing informatics and operational support in data standards development, workflow and data flow analysis, systems development and implementation and data management for both single- and multi-site clinical trials. She draws upon nearly a decade of experience in clinical research informatics and data management to inform her evolving research, which challenges and shifts current research practices by utilizing new standards and assures that these new healthcare data standards support research.
Ben Baumann, Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer, OpenClinica
Ben Baumann has been working in the clinical research field for 16 years. He co-founded OpenClinica with colleague Cal Collins to make it easier for study teams to carry out high quality clinical research using modern technology. As OpenClinica’s Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Baumann has helped develop the company into a leading provider of cloud-based solutions that help automate and accelerate clinical trials, while delivering an industry leading user experience. His passions include finding human-centric ways to unlock existing sources of real-world data for clinical research. Ben holds a BA with honors from Harvard College.
Who Should Attend?
- Clinical Data Managers
- Clinical Research Sites
- Clinical Research Coordinators
- Principal Investigators
- Digital Therapeutics
- Clinical Operations
- Clinical Research
- Research and Development
- Scientific Affairs
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn:
- How to reduce burnout among site staff by leveraging technology
- Methodologies for technology adoption among sites (clinical research coordinators, clinical data managers, monitors and biostatisticians)
- How decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) enable enrollment and patient engagement during siteless trials or studies with minimal site engagement
- Ways to close a study, lock a database and analyze data faster with technology
OpenClinica is transforming healthcare through innovative cloud technology that simplifies running clinical trials. Proven in over 10,000 studies worldwide, the OpenClinica platform is trusted by leading biopharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, academic institutions, and government agencies. OpenClinica is used across a wide spectrum of clinical research, including drug, device, and diagnostic trials, global health studies involving 200,000 patients, adaptive platform trials, and clinical trials for some of the first gene therapies to be approved for market. Hundreds of small, midsize, and large research organizations leverage OpenClinica to capture better clinical data faster, and to do so in a way that meets the highest standards for security and regulatory compliance (21 CFR Part 11, Annex 11, GDPR, HIPAA).
OpenClinica, LLC is headquartered in Waltham, MA. For more information on OpenClinica’s solutions for electronic data capture (EDC), eSource, ePRO, randomization, and analytics and reporting – visit www.openclinica.com.