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“Can we get personal?”

That’s the question motivating today’s most innovative research. Whether it’s an RCT with a biomarker cohort or an observational study based on real-world evidence, we’re seeing the “data funnel” widen to encompass much more about the participant than their diagnosis. Genomic medicine is just one example. Factors including phenotypic traits, diet, and lifestyle, among others, are all counting for more in studies that seek to match the right therapy with the right patient.

This year’s theme is a recognition of this important new paradigm. But it’s not meant to constrain. How are you adapting to the complexity of new and expanding data types? How do we make the tools of data management as personal and precise as the results we’re seeking?

We’ll explore these questions and more as data gets personal at OC18! 

Sessions and Workshops (October 15 and 16) 

Together with our community of users, we are building a program bursting with the timely, real-world topics and case studies you’ve come to expect from our Annual Conference. Topics will include:

Data security

GDPR and Compliance

How to Conduct an Audit

Ultra-capable forms

Randomization

eConsent

Data visualization and reporting with OpenClinica Insight

If you’d like to lead a session, submit an abstract as part of your registration or email bfarrow@openclinica.com with a working title and description.

What should you expect?
Find out by browsing last year’s program.

Night LIFE

Join your peers for an evening of elegance and education on October 16. With wine, beer, or sparkling beverage in hand, explore the incredible Hall of Human Life at the Boston of Museum of Science. Then adjourn to the top of the museum for an “Oktoberfest” themed German dinner as you take in the city’s radiant, autumn skyline.

Super User Training (October 17, 18, and 19)

Over three days of interactive learning, master the full capabilities of OC4 for each user role (data manager, monitor, CRC). Topics will include:

System Overview

Creating a Study

Building Forms

Testing & Publishing

Creating sites and users

Entering, querying, and managing data

Venue

Le Méridien Cambridge-MIT
20 Sidney Street
Cambridge MA 02139
+1 617-577-0200
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Pricing

Amounts shown are USD. The evening event at the Museum of Science is included with registration. Reserve early and in groups for the most savings.

Sessions and Workshops (October 15 and 16)

# of attendees If purchased by August 31  If purchased September 1 or after
1 $300 $400
2 $575 $750
3 $825 $1050
4 $1050 $1300
5 $1250 $1500

Super User Training (October 17, 18, and 19)

# of attendees If purchased by August 30 If purchased September 1 or after
1 $1200 $1500
2 $2300 $2900
3 $3300 $4200
4 $4200 $5400
5 $5000 $6500