PSI Book Club
PSI are starting a book club! We will be reading/discussing non-technical books relevant to our roles. Participants will be split into smaller groups to network with each other and practice exercises.
Core Committee (L-R): Fetene Tekle (Janssen), Gareth Thomas (former member and chair), Bernd Igl (Boehringer Ingelheim), Eloisa Brook (chair, GlaxoSmithKline), Jim Saul (Covance) and Phillip Jarvis (Novartis). Luc Essermeant (Sanofi) and Ezgi Tanriver Ayder (Astrazeneca) has also recently joined the team.
To provide a forum to discuss and advance statistical topics related to Research, Discovery (including efficacy models), Regulatory and Investigative Toxicology/Safety Assessment and to promote the involvement of Statisticians in these areas.
Our membership consists of statisticians at CROs, pharmaceutical companies and academia who are working in areas such as:
- Good statistical practice in in-vitro, ex-vivo and in-vivo assay development
- Reproducibility and Translation from pre-clinical to clinical
- Genetic Toxicology
- Acute Toxicology
- General Toxicology
- DMPK / Pharmacokinetics
- Immuno Toxicology
- Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
We discuss diverse topics ranging from Dog Telemetry data analysis to Decision Trees, from Bayesian methods to dealing with irate study directors, and now have a list of over 50 affiliates on our e-mail distribution list.
Find out more in our video overview:
The PSI Pre-clinical Special Interest Group have a series of regular FREE webinars dealing with statistical topics faced in pre-clinical and related fields. The presentations will run for an hour, with approximately 45 min presentation and a Q&A session in the remaining time. See section below for details of this year’s webinars.
The PSI Pre-Clinical Special Interest Group seminars for 2021 are as follows:
|Video on Demand|
Beyond the looking glass – Interpreting animal welfare & behaviour by monitoring & assessing mice activity data
Eloisa Brook, Joanna Moore, George Birbeck. GSK
Update from the Carcinogenicity working group
Steve Bailey. Pfizer
For all previous webinars click here.
We are planning to hold our 10th and first fully virtual workshop on 4 and 5 April, 2022.
Please email us with any questions or comments and if you would like to join our mailing list.