The new reality of clinical trials is they are always in “startup mode” to support adaptive design, responding to protocol amendments and other changing conditions effectively and efficiently. To achieve adaptable and scalable trial execution, a mindset change and more flexible approach to data management is necessary.

Join this webinar to hear industry experts discuss three key lessons learned when applying Agile Development Methodology principles into your work in data management, including how to:

  • Design flexible data acquisition strategies to support downstream changes
  • Establish a cross-functional trial team with defined processes and workflows
  • Apply intelligent analytics to continuously assess study data quality and iterate accordingly

Featured Speakers

Amy Wanamaker

Program Clinical Data Manager
Neon Therapuetics

Amy is currently leading data management activities at Neon Therapeutics. In that role she is responsible for overseeing all of the data management activities and reporting deliverables across multiple early phase oncology trials. For the last 10 of her 20 years of clinical data management history she has been dedicated to working through the unique challenges that early phase oncology trials necessitate.

Katrina Rice

EVP Professional Services
eClinical Solutions

With over 20 years of extensive experience in information technology, eClinical strategies, electronic data capture, and developmental sciences, Katrina oversees all professional service activities and client engagements. Katrina consults with the eClinical Solutions client base on maximizing the use of clinical data technologies, as well as implementing data management process to support goals and objectives. She is highly regarded in the industry for both her deep understanding and knowledge of how technology can drive efficiency and results, as well as her consultative approach to assisting clients.

Melissa Wissner

Principal Engagement Consultant, Strategic Consulting Services

Melissa brings over 15 years of experience working with dozens of global clinical trial organizations to increase efficiency and drive value in running clinical trials using technology. At Medidata, Melissa is responsible for consulting, training, and supporting clients in clinical development, particularly in dealing with the aspects of study execution. Prior to joining Medidata, Melissa served as a data manager and technical analyst at Merck and Co., where she was responsible for building studies, managing lab vendors, supporting ePRO technologies, and leading medical coding teams.


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