Abstract submissions for the PSI 2019 Conference are now closed. 

  • Oral Abstract: 23rd November 2018 - CLOSED
  • Poster Abstract: 28th February 2019 - CLOSED
Successful applicants will be notified within three weeks following the deadline.

Abstract Topics


We welcome abstracts on any subject but would be particularly interested in the following:

  • Data Science and its applications in medical research

  • Decision making e.g. policies/go-no-go/development programs

  • Bayesian topics within early or late phase

  • Causal inference

  • Future trends e.g.estimands/real world evidence/rare diseases

  • Pre-clinical statistics

  • Examples in the area of statistics in manufacturing

  • Remote data monitoring (including centralised statistical monitoring and risk based monitoring)

  • Therapeutic area specific topics

  • R in industry or software related

  • Case studies involving innovative or complex designs/methodology

  • Patient Reported Outcomes and patient-centric data

Due to popular demand, we are keeping the 10% discount on the 3 day conference price for anyone selected for an oral presentation.

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. This will be part of the final session on the Monday, leading into the poster session.  

Successful applicants will be notified within three weeks following the deadline.



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