Shaping the industry


PSI works to shape the industry by promoting good practice for pharmaceutical statisticians in the scientific literature [1, 2], by promoting the value of statistical insight in the development of medicines with our directory of consultants and by lobbying to increase statistical input in regulatory decisions [3].

 

Our regulatory committee reviews and comments on regulatory guidelines on behalf of industry statisticians. Our special interest groups and working parties are forums for statisticians to share experiences and form guidelines for good practice in their specific areas of expertise.

 
PSI is a member of EFSPI, the European federation of national pharmaceutical statistics bodies and participates through EFSPI in Europe-wide industry discussions.

If you wish to contribute to any of these activities, contact chair@psiweb.org.

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  • Introduction to Bayesian Statistics - Dates: 25 – 26 Jun, 2019

    The course will focus on the practical implementation of the background and practicalities of Bayesian design, analysis and reporting and will not go into deep statistical methodology or software coding. Examples and practical exercises are used throughout to aid understanding and interaction. References will be to give the attendee links to the statistical formulae and other reading.
  • PSI Toxicology SIG Webinar "Pig-A Assay": - Dates: 18 – 18 Jun, 2019

    The in vivo Pig-a gene mutation assay is based on the endogenous X-linked Pig-a gene (phosphatidylinositol N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase, subunit A).
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