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Life Sciences Leadership Circle

Executive Roundtable Series presented by SAS

Join us for exclusive insight into how AI and analytics are changing the face of life sciences with the industry’s top leaders

We’re bringing together the thought leaders tackling the life science industry’s greatest challenges. From modernization to demand planning to commercialization, we’ll tackle how cutting-edge analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) are helping pharmaceutical companies innovate and stay competitive. These hourlong roundtable discussions give you the opportunity to hear from leading experts and connect with your peers.

Discussion One

Fragmented: Decentralized trials and the pace of change
Nov. 4, 9-10 a.m. ET

Hybrid and decentralized clinical trials are here to stay, but the industry has yet to reach enterprisewide modernization. Instead, modernization happens at the individual trial level, often as a response to disruptions like the pandemic, in traditional trials. Craig Lipset, industry thought leader and former Head of Clinical Innovation at Pfizer, will kick off our discussion about the impact upcoming regulatory decisions will have on the future of decentralized trials and what sponsors can do to prepare. Mark Lambrecht, Director of the EMEA and APAC Health and Life Sciences Practice at SAS, will then host a roundtable discussion with Lipset; Rasmus Hogreffe, Vice President of Decentralized Clinical Trial Innovation at Medable; and other thought leaders from sponsors, technology and regulatory organizations. Expect to hear from, and connect with, your peers!

Meet our Discussion One speakers

Craig Lipset
Thought leader and former Head of Clinical Innovation at Pfizer
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Mark Lambrecht
Director of Global Health and Life Sciences Practice, SAS
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Rasmus Hogreffe
VP of DCT Innovation, Medable
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Dudley Tabakin
CEO, VivoSense
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Discussion Two

Improving forecast accuracy in pharmaceutical demand planning
Date coming soon

The pharmaceutical supply chain is ripe for optimization thanks to the availability of data and technology for demand forecasting. In this roundtable discussion, you’ll hear from industry leaders transforming their organizations to put artificial intelligence and machine learning at the center of their supply chain processes – and the lessons they’re learning along the way.

Coming soon: Discussion Two

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