PHUSE Working Groups Leadership Operations Committee
The PHUSE Working Groups Leadership Operations Committee provides oversight to the Working Groups as well as developing content for the annual Symposium. The team consists of Working Group Leads, FDA Liaisons, Industry Representatives and members of the PHUSE Board and Office. At a high level the Steering Committee provides the following:
|Working Group Reports
|PHUSE Board of Directors and PHUSE Office
The Working Groups Director, Chris Price, chairs the Working Groups Leadership Operations Committee and the Working Groups and Deliverables Leadership Committee. Chris Price also represents the Working Groups on the PHUSE Board of Directors. Chris oversees the PHUSE Working Groups' operations and makes sure that deliverables advance the body of knowledge in the industry.
The PHUSE office contribute to the organisation and general running of the projects within the Working Groups. The PHUSE office generate meeting minutes, agendas, support in the review process and publication of draft/final deliverables. The team also maintain the Advance Hub and support the production of online events along with the organisation of the annual PHUSE/FDA CSS.
Working Groups Director
Chris has been involved with PHUSE since 2008, contributing to the Conference Committee and SDE's before chairing the 2015 Annual Conference in Vienna. Subsequently, Chris has contributed to and Co-Led Working Groups. In 2017 was nominated to the role of Working Groups Director.
Senior Project Coordinator
Lauren joined PHUSE in 2017 and supports the Leadership & Deliverable and Working Groups Operations Committees. Lauren also contributes to the organisation of the annual PHUSE/FDA CSS and overseas the operations of the Working Groups activities.
Since joining PHUSE in 2023, Alex has supported the activities within the following Working Groups, Emerging Trends and Technologies, Nonclinical Topics, Risk Based Monitoring, and Real World Evidence.
Nicola joined PHUSE in July 2023 and supports the following Working Groups; Data Visualisation and Open Source Technology, Optimising the Use of Data Standards and Safety Analytics.