REGISTRATION: Now open
You are invited to join us at the 2021 PSI Conference, being held online from 21 to 23 June 2021.
 
Registration for the conference is now open. Please click below for further information and to access the registration portal.
Sessions topics for 2021 include: celebrating the positive impact statisticians have had on the fight against COVID-19, probability of success and beyond, assessment and discovery of treatment effect heterogeneity, application of digital medicine in drug development, tools to enable the use of R by the bio-pharmaceutical industry in a regulatory setting and many more.
SPOTLIGHT ON: Submit your Abstract
Less than two weeks left to submit your abstract!
 
Showcase your work by submitting for oral or poster presentation at the 2021 PSI
Conference. Those selected for an oral presentation will receive 50% off the full 3 day Conference price. The deadline for oral abstracts is 12th March 2021, and for poster presentations is 26th March 2021.
PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHT: Keynote Speakers
We are excited to announce that the key note speakers for the 2021 PSI Conference will be Alan Smith and Ian Bott from the Financial Times and Janet Wittes from WCG Statistics Collaborative.
Alan Smith, Head of Visual and Data Journalism, Financial Times
Ian Bott, Graphic Artist, Financial Times 
Alan and Ian will talk about the Financial Times' use of visuals to present quantitative information and scientific concepts to a wide audience. The talk will include examples of data visualisation and scientific illustration produced by the FT as part of its coronavirus coverage.
Janet Wittes, President, WCG Statistics Collaborative
Choosing a control for an orphan indication can be very difficult, and the problem becomes even harder in studying an ultra-orphan disease. This talk considers three types of controls: randomized, as was done for Luxterna; historical controls, as was done for Brineura; and the increasingly popular “patient as his or her own control”. The advantages and disadvantages of the three types will be discussed along with the kind of study outcome appropriate for each.
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A message from the Conference Chair...

Work continues on the wide variety of sessions that we are lining up for the conference. The scientific committee are looking forward to reading through all the oral abstracts which have been submitted. 
Paul Terrill
Conference Chair
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