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PhUSE Conference 2017

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Meet Veramed at the Annual PhUSE Conference Veramed will be presenting a number of sessions at the Annual PhUSE conference hosted in Edinburgh between October 8th and 11th. Please find below a full list. Poster Session: Surviving your Statistician: A Programmer’s Guide to Survival Analysis  – James Diserens, Sun 8th Oct from 19:00 Futile or Not? An Interim Analysis Case Study…

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PSI Conference 2017

Meet Veramed at the Annual PSI Conference 2017 Veramed will be presenting a number of posters and presentations at the Annual PSI conference hosted in London between May 14-17. Please find below a full list. A presentation by Anastasiia Raievska on the “Prognostic Accuracy of pulmonary function tests to select patients at high risk of Acute Exacerbations: A retrospective Case-Contract…

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Veramed are recruiting Statisticians and SAS programmers

Veramed will still be growing throughout 2017 and are looking for both experienced SAS Programmers and Statisticians as well as MSC graduates for a variety of opportunities in both our Twickenham and Manchester offices. We appreciate that flexibility is important and offer a comprehensive range of benefits. We realise that technical skills are just one part of the competency required…

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Great to meet you at the PhUSE Conference

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Thanks to everyone who came by the stand at PhUSE to meet with the team – it was a great conference this year with a record attendance and thoroughly enjoyed it. We’re very much looking forward to next year’s conference in Edinburgh and seeing you all again if not sooner. Congratulations to the winners of our Scrabble stand prize, Jorine…

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October News

We are pleased to welcome Katherine Hutchinson to Veramed who has nearly 30 years of experience within the pharmaceutical industry, in large and small pharma, as well as 15 years in the service sector. Her statistical career has spanned all phases of drug development, including supporting regulatory submissions, as well as registries and observational studies.

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