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“Re-Think Health” Podcast Series features CRDSA in latest episode

June 17, 2022|

IEEE Standard Association’s “Re-Think Health” Podcast Series hosts Aaron Mann in its latest episode titled “Mind Your Data: The First Rule of Predictive Analytics in Clinical Research.” Aaron and Maria Palombini (IEEE SA) discuss how open data sharing is paving the way to access more quality, real-world and inclusive data to enable predictivity analytics to be more accurate, resourceful, and utilitarian in the world of clinical research.

Society for Clinical Research Sites InSite Journal features CRDSA Board Chair

May 24, 2022|

CRDSA Board Chair and Co-Founder, Virginia Nido, published an article in the Society for Clinical Research Sites InSite Journal on how CRDSA is paving the way for more efficient clinical trials and data sharing. Titled “A New Non-Profit to Maximize Patient-Donated Data,” the article explores the various hurdles faced in the clinical research space, and why 20+ member organizations have banded together to form solutions to these issues.

CRDSA Presents at the PHUSE Data Transparency Winter Event

February 24, 2022|

Day 3 of the PHUSE Data Transparency Winter Event was all about the “Data Sharing Process.” Aaron Mann presented an in-depth CRDSA overview and discussed current data-sharing trends. The three-day event also featured excellent presentations by CRDSA member organizations including Cathal Gallagher (d-wise), and Lauren Hepburn (Privacy Analytics)

IEEE-ISTO Announces CRDSA as One of It’s Newest Federation Members

January 14, 2022|

The IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO), an International Federation of leading industry groups and consortia, announces one of its newest Federation members – the Clinical Research Data Sharing Alliance (CRDSA.) CRDSA was launched in August 2021 by a group of leading BioPharma companies, academic institutions, and non-profit data-sharing platforms to expand the research value of the high-quality data collected through the clinical trial process.


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