Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Oct 17, 2023 11:00 AM EDT
Learn how your team can use EHR-to-EDC technology to reduce data monitoring costs, speed up data cleaning timelines, and hit study milestones faster.
In this session, clinical research leaders from Sanofi and Flatiron Health will come together to share a case study of how one large academic medical center successfully saved time and effort on trial data management using a EHR-to-EDC technology, Flatiron Clinical Pipe™.
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Attendees will also have the opportunity to engage directly with the speakers in a closing Q&A session.
Who Should Attend
This webinar is most relevant for employees at pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, and contract research organizations, specifically those in Clinical Operations, Clinical Development, and Digital/Innovation related roles, though we welcome anyone who is interested to learn more!
Hugh Levaux, PhD
Vice President, Clinical Research Growth Strategy
Dr Hugh Levaux leads growth strategy for Flatiron’s Clinical Research business unit, helping to identify future investment and partnership opportunities. Dr Leavux has over 20 years of dedicated experience in clinical trial design and operations, and has developed multiple market-leading, trial-related technologies. Dr Levaux obtained a PhD in policy analysis from the RAND Graduate School, Master’s degrees in international economics and international relations from SAIS at Johns Hopkins University, and a Master’s degree in international politics from Université Libre de Bruxelles, in Belgium.
Senior Director, Clinical Research Product Management
Lauren leads the strategy and design of products for Flatiron’s Clinical Research business unit. Lauren creates products for biopharma sponsors, CROs, and clinical research sites, ensuring technical stability, interoperability, and technology designed to support new working models. Lauren has over a decade of experience in the clinical research industry, is a published thought leader, and frequently speaks at clinical research events. Lauren graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel hill with a BS in Biology, and obtained her MBA from North Carolina State University.
US Innovation Lead, Clinical Study Unit
Erin serves as the US Innovation Lead for Sanofi's US Clinical Study Unit, for which her responsibilities encompass assessing, implementing, overseeing, and monitoring digital and non-digital solutions that bolster the success of clinical trials across all therapeutic areas within the US. Erin plays a prominent role in advancing operational excellence and fostering innovation across all therapeutic domains, while also playing a pivotal part in aligning the US innovation strategy with a global framework. With a diverse background in clinical research spanning both academic and industry realms, Erin is well-equipped to comprehend the challenges and opportunities in clinical research from various vantage points. Concurrently, she is pursuing a dual Master’s degree in Public Health and Public Policy, demonstrating her steadfast dedication to shaping the future of healthcare and policy.