Veristat’s President Speaks at 3rd Annual Chief Medical Officer Summit

3RD ANNUAL CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER SUMMIT

May 4-5, 2015   |    Battery Wharf Hotel    |     Boston, MA

Veristat President, John Balser, PhD speaks on 
Building Successful Clinical Trials
Join Veristat at the 
3rd Annual Chief Medical 
Officer Summit
Use Veristat sponsor code VER25 to receive a 25% discount

John Balser, PhD, President, Founder, and Chief Biostatistician at Veristat will be speaking at the 3rd Annual Chief Medical Officer Summit on Building Successful Trials in a small company. In this session, panelists will examine the positives and negatives of implementing design strategies and the best practices in deploying them. More specifically:

    • Adaptive design (Not just dose change)
    • Determining endpoints
    • Trial design strategies
    • Navigating regulatory landmines
    • Regulatory POV on changes to trial design
A full-service CRO with over 700 clinical studies under its belt and numerous successful submissions and regulatory approvals, Veristat helps advance sponsor compounds through each phase of the clinical development process. Veristat supports some of the most innovative products today and has offices in Boston, San Francisco and Montreal. As a sponsor of the program, Veristat is able to offer a 25% discount to attend the program. Register here with the code VER25. Schedule a time to talk with a member of the Veristat Executive Leadership team by contacting JoAnn Eckhoff, Client Engagement Manager, at joann.eckhoff@veristat.com or call 617-901-0408.
Featured Speakers
Drug Development Keynote
Physician CEO Keynote
CEO POV
Chair
Building Successful Trials
Ken Getz, MBA 
Director of Sponsored Research 
Tufts CSDD
David Schenkein, MD 
CEO 
Agios
Leslie Williams, MBA 
CEO 
ImmusanT
Lee Allen, MD, PhD 
CMO 
Spectrum Pharmaceuticals
John Balser, PhD
President, Founder and Chief Biostatistician, Veristat
Full and partial scholarships available for start ups. 
For questions, email service@tcfllc.org 
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