PSI One Day Meeting: Time-to-event and Recurrent Event Endpoints in Clinical Trials

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Tuesday 29 October 2019, 09:00am - 04:00pm

Location Novartis Campus, Basel, Switzerland

About the event:

This exciting one-day workshop will cover a wide range of statistical aspects relating to event-driven trials. We have assembled a group of very knowledgeable speakers, who will share their thoughts, ideas and experiences, including case studies, on a range of particular issues relating to planning, conduct and analysis of survival and recurrent event trials. The first half of the day will be dedicated to time-to-event endpoints and adverse events with the afternoon focusing on recurrent event endpoints that are associated with a terminal event.


Valentine Jehl (Novartis)

Qing Wang (Roche)

Filip De Ridder (Janssen)

Patrick Schlömer & Arno Fritsch (Bayer)

John Gregson (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

Tobias Bluhmki (University of Ulm), and Andrew Thomson (EMA) 

Full details of the meeting including speaker biographies, abstracts, and registration information are available at:

Organiser Name David Lawrence

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Organising Group(s) PSI





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