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The Practical Implementation of Sensors in the Changing Drug Development World

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In this conversation, you'll learn lessons of how to implement sensors for the most impact in your clinical trials. Join three sensor experts as they discuss:

  • What phases of clinical trials are more suited for sensor use
  • How to select and integrate the device
  • How to ensure compliance

Speaking:

  • Keith Wenzel, Senior Director, Parexel’s Scientific Data Organization: Keith's areas of subject matter expertise include electronic clinical outcomes assessment, patient sensors and a broad range of eClinical technology used within clinical drug trials.
  • Julia Lakeland, Solutions Architect and Program Director, Parexel: Julia is responsible for selection and implementation of real-world scientific data sources and wearables for clinical trial use. Her background is in product management, operational delivery and support of phase III/IV clinical trials. 
  • Thomas Wells, CEO, Precision Digital Health: Thomas is currently focused on bringing innovative big data solutions to market to support real-world evidence research and clinical trial research that scale to meet the shear volume and diversity of data sources with evolution of digital health and precision medicine.

 

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For more discussions and updates on innovations in clinical trial operations and the use of devices in research, visit theconferenceforum.org to learn about the upcoming DPHARM: Disruptive Innovations conference, held September 28-29, 2021, and the Mobile in Clinical Trials event, held September 27, 2021. 

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