18 April, 2016 – 16.00-17.30 CET (15.00-16.30 UK Time)
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On 18 April 2016, leaders from IMI GetReal met in London for a live broadcast: “Introduction to the concept of drivers of effectiveness”. The broadcast introduced the concept of drivers of effectiveness and provided an overview of the methods that can be used to identify them early during the drug development plan. A particular focus was placed on predictive modelling techniques. The live broadcast allowed for participation from audience members on site, as well as those watching online, who were invited to submit questions via email and Twitter.
Head of Real World Investigations,
MD, PhD & Chairman,
Vice-President and Global Head, Real-World Modeling,
Global Scientific Vice President,
The European Initiative IMI launched the GetReal project in order to provide scientific and operational solutions to provide information on the effectiveness of drugs at an earlier stage of drug development.
The webinar will introduce the concept of drivers of effectiveness and will provide an overview of the methods that can be used to identify them early during the drug development plan. In particular, predictive modelling techniques will be presented and discussed.
To illustrate how drivers of effectiveness may be identified and used to bridge the efficacy-effectiveness gap, the speakers will present a few examples based on case studies (antipsychotic drugs, drugs for asthma, etc.). The participants will have the opportunity to interact with the speakers, and to further explore the impact of these methods in the drug development process.