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2023 NONCLINICAL BIOSTATISTICS CONFERENCE


Theme:  Science, Statistics and Regulatory driving Drug Discovery & Development


Greetings!

The organizing committee looks forward to the 2023 ASA-BIOP Nonclinical Biostatistics Conference website!  We are busy making plans for the 2023 conference.  Some key dates to consider are given below.

Event

Date in 2023

Contributed abstracts online submission open

December 2

Contributed abstracts online submission closed

March 17

Best paper award submission deadline

March 17

Registration

January 3-June 21

Conference

June 19-21


A summary of the 2021 conference is provided in the 2021 conference digest.

Speaking of 2023, we offer a big THANK YOU to an anonymous donor and to Janssen who provided sizable contributions for our 2023 NCB Conference!




 

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The conference schedule and events list are provided on the virtual platform and on the Program page.
+ ASA Presidential speaker
+ Keynote speaker
+ Two exciting short courses
+ Invited speakers

Abstract submission is now closed.  Thank you for your contributions!


The ASA Biopharmaceutical Section Nonclinical Biostatistics Conference is hosted by the ASA Biopharmaceutical Section in cooperation with the Rutgers University Statistics Department. The biennial conference lasts four days with invited and contributed talks on nonclinical biostatistics topics with speakers from industry, regulatory, and academia. Two short courses are offered on the first conference day. Click on the Registration menu item to register for the conference.

The seventh U.S. conference dedicated entirely to nonclinical biostatistics topics took place June 21-24, 2021.  While we would have loved to host the conference at the Rutgers University College Avenue Student Center located at 126 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 as we did in 2019, given the uncertainty of schools lockdowns, business travel restrictions, safety concerns expressed by attendees/invited speakers, it made the large gathering in June 2021 untenable. The conference committee decided to host this event virtually.  With the virtual platform Pathable, we created a virtual environment in which attendees had ample opportunity to network, share experiences and discuss current scientific issues with colleagues and leaders in the field.  A partial 2021 NCB Conference program is here.  The 2019 NCB Conference program may be viewed here.

Conference photos2019   2017
Thanks to our photographers, Tony Lonardo and Steven Novick

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We are pleased to have NISS and Janssen as conference sponsors!  Contact Xin Huang for sponsorship opportunities.


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