PSI are pleased to announce the countdown to the 2017 Conference has begun! As 2017 will be the 40th year PSI has held an annual event, the theme for the conference is “Celebrating 40 years of promoting statistical insight”. The conference will be held at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London, between 14 to 17 May 2017.
The conference will consist of a variety of plenary and parallel sessions, as well as breakout discussion sessions, a poster session and the annual general meeting. Sessions will include quantifying effect sizes, toxicology, biosimilars, soft skills training, animated data, regulatory hot topics and many more with speakers from industry, academia and regulatory agencies. A draft agenda will be released later this year.
Registration is now open! For further information including full details of registration fees and categories, please click here. To view the registration and housing terms and conditions please click here.
Please see the registration brochure for more information about sessions, speakers and prices.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
For all queries regarding registration and housing please contact:
PSI 2017 Conference Registration & Hotel Secretariat c/o MCI
Monday to Friday
09:00 - 18:00 CET - Central European Time
(our offices are open on regular business days with the exception of public holidays)
T: +41 (0)22 33 99 713
F: +41 (0)22 33 99 631
Please click here to view the draft programme for the 2017 conference. Please kindly note that the timings and sessions are provisional and are subject to change.
Sponsorship & Exhibition
Finally, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are already ongoing, thanks to those who have already signed up. We will be allocating the choice of exhibition space in the order exhibitors sign up. So get in early to secure the best space!
Please click here to view the Technical Manual.
Should your company be interested please contact Nigel Howitt (Nigel.Howitt@covance.com) or Chris Watton on (email@example.com).
We hope you will join us in building on the great success of this year’s event in Berlin.
PSI Conference Chair