The DISS2021 is pleased to invite submissions for poster presentations and poster award competitions. The poster session provides an excellent opportunity to allow the presenters to introduce your work and have virtual interactions with the audience. Topics that involve the use of quantitative methods in pharmaceutical developments are preferred. Posters that have been presented before at other conferences are acceptable.
- All posters or slides will be uploaded to conference website one week before the conference. An electronic version poster or slides with less than 10 pages are both accepted formats.
- Virtual poster presentation session is 12:00-1:15pm on April 22, 2021. Each presenter has 5 minutes to pitch their project.
- Virtual interaction time will be arrange for poster presenters and audience right after the presentation session.
The deadline to submit a e-poster/slides is April 4, 2021 5:00pm to ensure your poster is available online for download before the conference and be considered for award. To submit, please send your poster with subject line “Poster submission for DISS2021” to both Dr. Qing Yang at email@example.com and Dr. Marlina Nasution at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any poster that is submitted by April 4, 2021 5:00pm will be considered for poster awards. Posters will be evaluated by the poster committee based on its scientific merit and presentation. One to two poster award winners will be selected and will be announced at the keynote session on Friday April 23. Each winner will receive a prize and an award certificate.
Organizer: Qing Yang, Duke University
Judge: Michael Sonksen, Eli Lilly
Poster ID Presenter Affiliation Title
D1 Shuyen Ho UCB An Elegant Multiplicity Strategy for A Phase-3 Clinical Trial
D2 Lu Cui UCB A 2-in-1 Design with Improved Efficiency
D3 Dalong Huang FDA Statistical Modelling in Preclinical Drug Proarryhythmic Assessment
D4 Jennifer Marcello Parexel Challenges and Solutions for Adaptive Design COVID-19 Treatment Studies
D5 Anagha Kakade Parexel Impact of Covid 19 Pandemic on a Non-Covid-Study
D6 Kim Weyer Parexel A SAS Macro to predict event dates
D7 Bernd Hoelscher Parexel Adaptive phase II/III Covid-19 studies with dose selection
D8 Dalong Huang & Janell Chen FDA Impacts of ABPM Quality Criteria on Primary Endpoint and the Comparison of two ABPM Parameter Derivation Methods
Organizer: Marlina Nasution, Parexel
Judge: Sin-Ho Jung, Duke University