Introducing the Verisian Community
I'm so excited to launch the Verisian Community, dedicated to statistical programmers, statisticians, data managers, and all professionals working with clinical trial data. Our mission is to cultivate a global forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge, and best practices, empowering you to contribute to a better tomorrow.
Together, Advancing Science Forward
The Verisian Community is founded on the belief that inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places. We want this community to become your go-to source for inspiration and a platform for sharing innovative solutions, virtually or in-person.
You can participate both online and offline. We have an online platform with various channels to connect with peers virtually, and our variety of in-person events provide a chance to meet and build relationships in person.
Inspired by the Community, Shaping Humanity's Future
In the past few weeks, we had the privilege of meeting hundreds of statistical programmers, statisticians and data managers from leading sponsors and CROs worldwide. Listening carefully in each conversation, we gained a deep understanding of the challenges and needs within our industry. A consistent theme emerged: the desire among professionals, junior and senior, to build meaningful relationships with their peers and learn from them.
We are committed to continuing this dialogue with you. Your perspectives and input are the foundation of everything that we do. In the near future, we will unveil a range of projects and initiatives to collaborate on. Together, we will shape and grow our community.
If you'd like to share your ideas, don't hesitate to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to get Started
We’ve just released the Validation Engine as an initial demo that anyone can access for free on this link. We’ll also soon release a community edition that you can run on your own laptop along with a cloud trial offering for you to use with your own analysis logs.
If you're new to the community, here's a few things you can do to get started: