We are delighted to bring the Mobile in Clinical Trials conference for the first time to London. Using our past four years of experience in the US, we are able to present the most relevant and helpful content and case studies on what it takes to launch, execute and scale mobile tools in medicines development. The conference carefully addresses how and when to do this and for what benefit, as well as assesses the value of mobile tools/technologies in clinical research.
We plan to combine the best examples of mobile/digital optimization in clinical trials from the UK and other parts of Europe with our examples from the US.
Tilo Hache, Digital Endpoint Strategy Lead, Novartis, opens the program with the factors that must be addressed to implement mobile tools in the fragmented European landscape to meet the needs of regulators and patients. This is followed by a session dedicated to overcoming the cultural barriers to mobile implementation. Day One case studies include:
- A powerful example from Roche’s Dr Christian Gossens on digital biomarker measures and how to implement and scale up mobile technology in Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis.
- UCSF’s Carol Maguire, Director of Clinical Research, Cardiology division shares the obstacles and challenges of their ongoing revolutionary mobile clinical study. Including strategies for integrating multiple digital components in a study.
Vodafone’s Dr Nuria Oliver, Director of Research in Data Science, presents an AI talk on data driven decision-making.
Tech Demos & Networking
Industry, academia, and technology service providers exchange ideas and practical information during one-on-one meetings, luncheon, networking breaks and a hands-on technology demos.
Other Notable Sessions
Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative’s Jen Goldsack, Clinical Project Manager, presents recommendations on novel endpoints following a three-year global study on data generated from mobile technology.
The program also includes a session on the current realities of the virtual trial model and the factors for consideration in selecting the right model for your trial.
In addition, the speaking faculty will address the following topics:
- Real-time implementation of mobile solutions
- Trials driving efficiency
- How to scale up
- Perceived barriers and how to overcome them
- Moving past the hype of mhealth and producing evidence
- Optimizing the true value of mobile data
- Mobile 2.0, wearable, sensors, apps and mobile devices
Mobile in Clinical Trials Europe includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a networking reception. The program is using “The Conservatory” at the Millennium Hotel to house the future vision and mobile innovation of clinical trials in a roundabout theatre type of experience. Mobile in Clinical Trials Europe brings pharmaceutical and patient advocacy leaders in this transparent glass room on a stage with a 360 degree exposure to share their vision and ideas for new achievements in drug development through the adoption of mobile/digital tools.
If you would like to participate in the inaugural Mobile in Clinical Trials Europe program, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you have a mobile app, solution or technology that you would like to showcase, please contact Meredith Sands at Meredith@tcfllc.org.
Executive Director, Business Development