“Changing Landscape of Clinical Data Management & Outsourcing: Evolution of Data Scientists and impact of BIG Data & RBM”
This conference will analyse recent trends in strategies that have been applied to outsourcing and eClinical provider selection. The industry continues to evolve from a) new price control strategies such as reverse auctions and more as well as b) new regulatory and industry transformations such as ICH-E6(R2) compliance, risk based and data driven monitoring. There are significant lessons to be learnt from what works well and what needs to be done differently to make partnerships and eClinical solution implementation successful with changing times.”
Vice President-Life Sciences R&D Operations & Clinical Data Services Capability Lead
Shobhit Shrotriya is an experienced professional in Accenture’s Life Sciences R&D practice based out of Bangalore.
He is an Engineer by training with a Masters in Industrial Management from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur. He is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional (PMP).
With 16+ years of work-experience Shobhit has extensive experience in Operations Management, Project & Program Management, Process Excellence and Innovation. Shobhit is a Subject Matter Expert who contributes to the solution development, process re-engineering, and implementation of clinical outsourcing service delivery. With extensive experience in clinical data management and clinical operations, he has managed end to end global projects and large customer accounts with an excellent track record of delivering mega-scale projects on time, under budget and with high standards of quality.
Shobhit has been associated with leading industry forums such as Project Management Institute, DIA and SCDM over the years where he has contributed both as a presenter and a session chair.
In his current role as Accenture Life Sciences Clinical Data Services Capability lead, Shobhit is responsible for providing comprehensive data management expertise and driving standardization of processes and best practices across client teams.
Abby Abraham is a co-founder of Algorics and serves as Vice President for Clinical Solutions where he is responsible for Intellectual Property Development, Strategy and scientific engagement in the space of RBM and clinical analytics.
He has been an active provider of thought leadership by chairing and presenting in several scientific sessions in industry forums such as SCDM, DIA and Partnerships in clinical trials. He has authored articles in reputed scientific publications as well as articulated his perspective in several RBM white papers.
Abby has over 18 years of experience in the clinical research industry. He has served senior leadership roles in global CROs prior to co-founding Algorics – a niche global organisation that specialises in clinical research analytics and risk based monitoring through unique product and services.
Mr. Deven Kishor Babre, M.Sc in Life Sciences, CCDM
After securing a postgraduate degree in life sciences from Mumbai University, Deven started his career as research investigator at Tata Institute of social sciences (TISS). After TISS, Deven was managing medical information division at Wockhardt Pharmaceutical. Thereafter, he joined Data Management unit of Quintiles & PharmaNet. There after he worked as in Pharmacovigilance Operation at Sciformix. Deven presently is working with TCS since November 2014. He has overall twenty years of experience in Pharma, clinical data management and Pharmacovigilance. He was a Certified Clinical Data Manager (CCDM) from Society of Clinical Data Management (SCDM). Deven has several publications on his name and is on the editorial board of PICR Journal Deven is associated with various charitable institutes and is actively involved in providing support to such organisations. His association for 9 years with the diabetic detection centre located in Tarapur in Maharashtra is worth mentioning.