Implementing Digital Biomarkers in Clinical Trials: Early Success and Best Practices   



Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Mar 26, 2024 11:00 AM EDT

Considering digital measurements in your trials? Join us for an insightful webinar as we explore early success, best practices, and game-changing impacts of digital biomarkers used for the measurement of neurological disease progression and advancement of clinical research.

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Event overview

Digital biomarkers (dBMs) are revolutionizing clinical trials by enabling smaller and faster proof-of-concept studies. Join us to explore the benefits of dBMs for the measurement of neurological disease progression and advancement of clinical research. With experience in dBMs in over 30+ studies, we will provide key takeaways and a deeper understanding of incorporating digital biomarkers into trials.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand how digital biomarkers are incorporated into trials, enabling faster proof-of-concept studies
  • Explore the benefits of digital biomarkers in measuring neurological disease progression
  • Gain practical insights on incorporating digital biomarkers into trials

Who Should Attend

  • Biotech researchers and leaders who are interested in incorporating digital measures in trials.
  • Leaders of Clinical Development, Clinical Trials, Clinical Research in neurological and movement disorders.
  • Leaders of Digital Sciences, Digital Measurements, Data Science, Digital Health.


Anya Gupta
Sr. Business Product Manager

Anya leads product strategy and development at Roche for its Digital Biomarkers in Clinical Trials program. Prior to Roche, Anya worked at Kaiser Permanente and IBM, where her role focused on the commercialization of diagnostics, biomarker, and health data products. Anya has an MBA from MIT Sloan and a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia.

Florian Lipsmeier, PhD
Digital Biomarker Data Insights Lead

Dr Florian Lipsmeier is the Digital Biomarker Data Insights subchapter lead at Roche. He trained as a Bioinformatician and Biomathematician and holds a PhD from Bielefeld University, Germany.

He started his career at Roche Pharma pRED Innovation Center Munich in 2010 as a data scientist supporting antibody development, before moving to Basel in 2016 to focus his work solely on digital biomarkers—first for Roche Pharma pRED and now for Roche Diagnostics RIS. Dr Lipsmeier has deep experience developing and leading teams for signal processing and data science on Digital Health Technology derived sensor data. He is a co-author of more than 30 patents and manuscripts around digital biomarker and more than 90 conference posters, and is the co-founder of the EBI Digital Biomarker workshop series. Dr Lipsmeier is a recognized expert on digital biomarker science.

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