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We are now accepting submitted abstracts for the PSI 2022 Conference

The 2022 Conference is taking place in Gothenburg, Sweden on 12th to 15th June. We are looking forward to being back together for the first time in three years. The conference will be a great opportunity to share your work with the statistical community and meet your peers.

Abstracts will be selected for oral presentations or for presentations as posters at the conference. As well as individual abstracts we have again included the option to create a submission for a full conference session.

Abstract Topics

We welcome abstracts on any subject but would be particularly interested in the following:

  • Accelerating innovation (e.g. learnings from the pandemic)
  • Analysis of ‘big’ data
  • Analysis of safety data
  • Bayesian
  • Data visualisation and animation
  • Decision making
  • Design and analysis of adaptive trials
  • Estimands: methods, theory and case studies
  • Master protocols and platform trials
  • Non-clinical and early phase
  • Non-parametric
  • Use of external data
Submission process:

In order to submit an abstract please download the relevant form from the links below. Complete and send to the PSI Conference Organisers at PSI2022@mci-group.com.

PSI 2022 - Individual Abstract Submission Form

PSI 2022 - Session Abstract Submission Form

Please ensure that you complete all areas of the submission form.

Deadline for submissions:

Oral and session abstracts: 10 December 2021

Poster abstracts: 25 February 2022

All abstract submitters that are chosen to give an oral presentation at the conference will receive a 10% discount on the registration fee.

The PSI Scientific Committee are developing the agenda for the three-day conference. We aim to inform the authors of abstracts accepted for oral presentation (either as individuals or as a full session) before Christmas 2021. Please ensure that the author, or a colleague, will be able to present in Gothenburg in June 2022.

Accepted posters will be included in the exhibition area and the authors will also be invited to present in the popular 1-minute poster session.

Additional Information:

If you are a Career Young Statistician (approximately less than five years working in the pharmaceutical industry) then you will have the option to present in a dedicated contributed session alongside your peers, should you wish. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in presenting in a friendly environment. Please indicate your preference for this session in the submitted abstract form.

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