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The PSI 2022 Conference will run between Sunday 12th to Wednesday 15th June 2022.
Regarded as the principal annual event for statisticians in the pharmaceutical industry and following on from our highly successful 2021 online conference, the 2022 PSI Conference will be taking place at Gothia Towers in Gothenburg, Sweden.
For the current travel advice to Sweden please click on the following link - https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/travel-to-and-from-sweden/
Registration will open in November, with the early bird deadline for registrations on 25 March 2022.
The conference will consist of a variety of plenary and parallel sessions, as well breakout discussion sessions, workshops, a poster session and the annual general meeting. Please note the conference will be a full 3 days from Monday to Wednesday, with an optional half day training course on Sunday afternoon (at an additional cost). A draft agenda will be released later.
Submission for poster abstracts is now closed.
If you are a career young statistician (approximately less than 5 years working in the pharmaceutical industry) then you will have the option to present in a dedicated contributed session alongside your peers. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in presenting in a friendly environment and to network with those of a similar experience at other companies.
Given the success of our 1 minute poster preview in the last few years, anyone selected for a poster, will be asked if they would like to give a 1 minute presentation on their poster, to give people a brief insight into their work, as part of the final session on the Monday, leading into the poster session.
We hope you will join us in building on the huge success of previous conferences and make 2022 in Gothenburg an even greater event.