SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This week, the Asia Pacific segment of Medidata’s (NASDAQ:MDSO) global NEXT series continues with customer events in Seoul and Shanghai. Sessions will explore trends in virtual trials, mobile healthcare, real-world evidence, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
The digital transformation of clinical trials is among the many topics being discussed by company executives and hundreds of life science leaders in the region.
NEXT Seoul concluded Tuesday with more than 400 attendees. Keynote speakers included Professor Daeho Lee from Asan Medical Center who discussed the importance of patient centricity in clinical research, and Mr. Sangjoon Lee who outlined how technology revolutionized new drug development for his company, Celltrion.
NEXT Shanghai takes place Thursday, with over 800 attendees expected from leading pharmaceutical companies, including Fosun, and 13 CRO sponsors, including Paraxel, TigerMed, FMD K&L, and Wuxi CDS. Keynote speakers from China Drug Administration (formerly CFDA) and University of Tokyo Hospital in Shanghai will explore the future blueprint of drug development.
“This week is a great opportunity for life science leaders in the region to share insight about the future of drug development,” said Glen de Vries, president and co-founder, Medidata. “I’m excited to join over 1,200 customers and partners as we discuss the digital transformation of our industry.”
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