Eric Perakslis, Executive Director at Harvard CBMI, former CIO at FDA to Keynote OpenClinica 2014 Conference
The 5th annual conference of the OpenClinica open source clinical research community to be held June 22-23 in Boston features keynote by Executive Director of the Harvard Center for Biomedical Informatics and former Chief Information Officer and Chief Scientist (Informatics) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Waltham, MA (PRWEB) March 03, 2014
Today, OpenClinica announced that Eric Perakslis, Executive Director at the Center for Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School and Countway Library of Medicine, and former CIO and Chief Scientist (Informatics) at the U.S. FDA, will deliver the keynote address at the 5th annual OpenClinica Global Conference, June 22-23. “OC14”, the clinical research industry’s largest open source community conference, will be held at the historic Exchange Conference Center in Boston, bringing together users and developers of the world’s leading open source clinical research platform.
“OpenClinica represents the next wave in development of tools that inspire truly global clinical research. I am excited to serve as the keynote for OC14,” said Dr. Perakslis. “This unique conference provides users and developers with a great opportunity to share insights and accelerate innovation in clinical informatics.”
Attendees at OC14 will learn useful new skills, and build productive relationships within the vibrant and growing OpenClinica community. The theme of OC14 is “an ecosystem of innovation”, highlighting the diverse usage, adaptations, and extensibility that makes OpenClinica truly unique. The program will feature engaging sessions delivered by experts, covering up-to-date developments, emerging best practices and technologies, regulatory matters, as well as relevant and timely hands-on workshops and training.
Session proposals and early bird registrations are currently being accepted at http://www.oc14.org.
OpenClinica is the leading open source clinical trials software platform, helping increase the quality and pace of clinical research worldwide. With a global community of users and thousands of implementations, OpenClinica presents a compelling way to obtain greater value in clinical trials. For more information – including product downloads – visit http://www.openclinica.com or follow @OpenClinica on Twitter.
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