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Digital Technology in Clinical Trials
Session 5 Track A: Better, Faster, Stronger: Building Successful Digital Clinical Teams for Today’s World
Rachel Chasse, MS
- Digital Operations Lead
- AbbVie, United States
For the first time, drug development teams include not only ‘traditional’ clinical team members such as clinicians and clinical operations colleagues, but also software developers, machine learning engineers, and big data scientists: simply, siloed teams are a thing of the past. The digital transformation requires multilingual colleagues who well-versed in clinical operations, biostatistics, patient engagement, data management, and other sections of clinical development. This panel will bring together leaders who understand how today’s clinical trial landscape has evolved in response to the demands of digital, including how to grow the current workforce to meet these demands and share data-driven approaches on how to identify unique talent when building better, faster, and stronger digital clinical teams.
Learning Objective : • Essential skills required to form digital teams • Challenges in hiring digital skills • Data-driven technique to form the digital teams for clinical development
Developing Digital Teams for Clinical Development: Leveraging Baseball Sabermetrics Approach for Digital Team Formation
Aman Thukral, MPharm, MS
- Director, Global Head-Digital Operations and Clinical Systems
- AbbVie, Inc., United States
Katrina Rice, MS
- Chief Delivery Officer, Data Services
- eClinical Solutions, United States
Susan Foose, MLIS
- Director/Enterprise Solutions
- Labcorp Drug Development, United States
Preconference Short Courses
Digital Technology in Clinical Trials Resource Kit