Web-Based Solutions Accelerating Clinical Trials Conference to Take Place May 8-9 in Somerset, NJ

Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from Strategic Research Institute

    NEW YORK, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- A landmark conference entitled
 "Web-Based Solutions Accelerating Clinical Drug Development" features a
 line-up of very high level executive speakers and panelists from the
 pharmaceutical and contract research industries, plus computer titans IBM and
 Intel.  This is the highest level meeting on this topic to have ever taken
 place, announces Strategic Research Institute.
     The meeting is organized into executive panels for the most part, rather
 than discrete presentations to generate fresh, candid, authoritative, and
 off-the-record commentary among the executive speakers and audience.  Speakers
 have been selected from among the thought-leaders in this field on the basis
 of their success in distinguishing themselves in a new and brutally
 competitive field -- designing cost effective Internet applications in the
 field of clinical drug development.
     High-level executive speakers from the pharmaceutical industry include
 Aventis Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Schering Plough, Pfizer,
 Pharmacia Corporation, Janssen Pharmaceutica, and Amgen.
     Keynote speakers Judy Korman, Managing Director, National Pharmaceutical
 Healthcare Consulting Practice of IBM, will make a presentation on "Crossing
 the e-Line: Transforming Clinical Development in the Age of e-Business."  Stan
 Bernard, President, Bernard Associates, will give a presentation entitled
 "eHealth: The Reality of Virtual Reality", and Michael J. Rosenberg, President
 & CEO of Health Decisions, Inc., will present his keynote entitled "The
 Promise and Practice of Technology in Clinical Trials: A View From The
 Trenches"
     Additional topics to be addressed during the course of the conference are
 e-recruitment, security and privacy, emerging Internet technologies in
 clinical drug development, and electroic data capture.
     To register or request the conference agenda, contact Glenn Pascual,
 212-967-0095, ext. 245, gpascual@srinstitute.com, or Sem Sepulveda
 ssepulveda@srinstitute.com
 
 

SOURCE Strategic Research Institute
    NEW YORK, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- A landmark conference entitled
 "Web-Based Solutions Accelerating Clinical Drug Development" features a
 line-up of very high level executive speakers and panelists from the
 pharmaceutical and contract research industries, plus computer titans IBM and
 Intel.  This is the highest level meeting on this topic to have ever taken
 place, announces Strategic Research Institute.
     The meeting is organized into executive panels for the most part, rather
 than discrete presentations to generate fresh, candid, authoritative, and
 off-the-record commentary among the executive speakers and audience.  Speakers
 have been selected from among the thought-leaders in this field on the basis
 of their success in distinguishing themselves in a new and brutally
 competitive field -- designing cost effective Internet applications in the
 field of clinical drug development.
     High-level executive speakers from the pharmaceutical industry include
 Aventis Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Schering Plough, Pfizer,
 Pharmacia Corporation, Janssen Pharmaceutica, and Amgen.
     Keynote speakers Judy Korman, Managing Director, National Pharmaceutical
 Healthcare Consulting Practice of IBM, will make a presentation on "Crossing
 the e-Line: Transforming Clinical Development in the Age of e-Business."  Stan
 Bernard, President, Bernard Associates, will give a presentation entitled
 "eHealth: The Reality of Virtual Reality", and Michael J. Rosenberg, President
 & CEO of Health Decisions, Inc., will present his keynote entitled "The
 Promise and Practice of Technology in Clinical Trials: A View From The
 Trenches"
     Additional topics to be addressed during the course of the conference are
 e-recruitment, security and privacy, emerging Internet technologies in
 clinical drug development, and electroic data capture.
     To register or request the conference agenda, contact Glenn Pascual,
 212-967-0095, ext. 245, gpascual@srinstitute.com, or Sem Sepulveda
 ssepulveda@srinstitute.com
 
 SOURCE  Strategic Research Institute