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PSI are pleased to announce that the countdown to the 2019 Conference has begun! The theme for the conference is “Data Driven Decision Making in Medical Research”.  The 2019 PSI Conference will take place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre (QEII), London, from 2nd to 5th June 2019.

Registration is now open! Register now to take advantage of the early bird fees, which are available until the 20th March 2019. 

The conference will consist of a variety of plenary and parallel sessions, as well as breakout discussion sessions, workshops, a poster session and the Annual General Meeting. Please note that the conference will run over three full days from Monday to Wednesday, with an optional half day training course on the Sunday afternoon (can booked during registration at an additional cost). 

Sessions will include early phase innovative trial design, industry best practice - 10 years on, statistical issues in safety drug labelling, model based dose finding designs, an update from Transcelerate and much more, with speakers from industry, academia and regulatory agencies.  The draft agenda is now available online here.

We are still accepting abstract submissions for the 2019 Conference, for poster presentation! We welcome abstracts on any subject but are interested in the following topics; decision making, bayesian topics within early or late phase, causal inference, future trends, pre-clinical statistics, patient reported outcomes, and patient-centric data. To view the full list of topics and for information on how to submit an abstract, click here.

PSI are also delighted to announce that for the first time this year we are introducing a “student day” where students who are studying for a BSc, MSc or PhD can attend the first full day of the conference (Monday 3rd June) at a reduced rate and experience all that our professional conference has to offer. The conference day will run from 9am – 7pm on Monday 3rd June and the discounted price for students is £30 for the day, including lunch and coffee breaks on that day.

Finally, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are already ongoing. Thank you to those who have already signed up. We will be allocating exhibition spaces in the order in which exhibitors sign-up, so get in early to secure the best spot!

Should your company be interested in the sponsorship opportunities available, a copy of the conference prospectus is available here. Please contact Alex Currie (alexander.8.currie@gsk.com) or Chris Watton (chris@wattonhall.com) for further information. 


We hope you will join us in building on the huge success of this year’s event in Amsterdam, to make the 2019 Conference in London an even greater event!

 

Kate Taylor

PSI Conference Chair

 

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