Our committees run the society. If you want greater input into how we do things, please volunteer. If you want to take on work outside of the daily grind of coding and meeting minutes, we could be that forum. We will find a way for your commitments to fit around your day job and to find a role that suits your interests.

The committees are charged with running our annual conference and regular scientific meetings, journal club, webinars and training courses; with coordinating industry-wide responses to regulatory issues; with promoting the value of statistics to students, the industry and the public; and with running our academic publications and the member communications that make the society a community. 

Interacts with regulatory agencies and co-ordinates PSI's response to draft guidances. This committee is shared with EFSPI.
Runs our journal (and the associated journal club), member communications and members magazine.
Careers and academic liason
Works to encourage school students to consider the discipline and graduate students to consider the industry by participating in science fairs, running school talks and a careers fair.
Training Organises our training courses including the fabled Introduction To Industry
Responsible for our annual conference, one-day scientific meetings and webinars
External affairs  Works to persuade the industry of the value of statistical insight and to aid the lay public in the interpretation of risk.
Commercial Supports the society's commercial activities and advertising.
Statistical Computing Responsible for supporting other committees that require in depth programming support and provides a forum to keep up to date with industry advancements with statistical software.

If you are thinking of signing up or want more detail, use the menu above to take a look at the committee pages and contact the committee chairs.

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EventsFuture Events

  • Webinar: MCP-Mod – Theory, Implementation and Extensions - Dates: 08 – 08 May, 2019

    MCP-Mod (Multiple Comparisons & Modelling) is a popular statistical methodology for model-based design and analysis of dose finding studies. This webinar will describe the theory behind MCP-Mod (plus extensions), and how to implement it within available software. Pantelis Vlachos (Cytel) will provide a brief introduction to the methodology and illustrate the MCP-MoD capabilities in EAST 6.5. Saswati Saha (University of Brehem) will discuss new variations and alternatives to MCP-Mod and show how to implement them in R. Neal Thomas (Pfizer) will present further technical details of MCP-Mod by evaluating the method using results from least squares linear model theory.
  • PSI Webinar: Statistical Engagement with Commercial Activities - Dates: 12 – 12 Mar, 2019


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