August 22-23, 2022

Virtual

Interaction

Training Academy

Overview

Welcome to the Statistics in Pharmaceuticals (SIP2022) conference. This unique conference aims to introduce a career in pharmaceutical industry to students studying in quantitative fields, especially statistics and data sciences. This two-day conference will connect you to the world of clinical statistics, and show you how statistics contributes to different phases and aspects of drug development and to improve patients’ lives.

More information coming soon!


Highlights

  • Keynotes by Leaders
  • Technology and Health
  • Innovation and its impact
  • Understanding diseases
  • Meet Professionals
  • Impact of Statistics
  • Discover career paths

Opportunities on

  • Self-Development
  • Build your Network
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Skills
  • Sponsor Interviews
  • Share your research
  • Poster Presentation

Registration

Registration is not open yet.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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Scholarships

This year we will offer ~15 scholarships to attend Biopharmaceutical Summer Academy course in University of Connecticut as well as free SIP2022 conference registration. To promote diversity among the field of statistics, applicants who come from underrepresented communities will be given priority during the selection process. Final decisions will be made at the sole discretion of the SIP award committee.

Please use the application form to submit scholarship applications, the deadline for the applications is June 09, 2022.

  • Scholarship eligibility:
    • Undergraduate students and above.
  • Selection of award:
    • The awards will be decided by the SIP award committee based on the applicant’s profile and the essay.
    • Priority will be given to the applicants who are from under-represented communities in statistics, data-science, or related fields.

Poster Submission


All graduate students who currently study statistics and data science and participate in 2022 summer intern programs in Pharmaceutical/biotech industries, regulatory agencies and health organizations are encouraged to submit posters based on their summer intern projects. In addition, students who participate in the 2022 summer boot camp for biostatistics and data science offered by the University of Connecticut are encouraged to submit posters based on their course projects. This is an excellent opportunity to practice presenting your scientific results to others in a logical and concise manner. This is also a great opportunity to meet scientific peers of your age as well as more senior colleagues and interact with and learn from all of them. The competition process will select posters for speed presentations, and the intern posters may be invited for paper submission.

Poster should be a PDF file with a 16:9 aspect ratio. If you use PowerPoint to create your PDF, simply select the widescreen 16:9 slide size. If you will be presenting your poster in person, your poster must be smaller than 44” tall by 66” wide to fit the designated board. Here is a poster template.

The evaluation will separate interns and summer students. The SIP 2022 poster committee will grade the posters based on merits in contents, such as creativity and clarity.

The submission deadline is August 16th, 2022.

Presentation Skill Training


Training the next generation of statisticians and data scientists is not limited to training them in statistical methodologies and technical skills alone. At SIP 2022, we are proud to announce that Dr. Steven Gilbert from Pfizer will present a training session on presentation skills. The focus will be on how to effectively communicate scientific ideas and messages in a clear and concise manner in either a poster or an oral presentation. Any successful presentation must start with an understanding of the audience. The presentation is then developed by using a style that the audience can comprehend, including the proper level of technical details to exhibit your depth of knowledge without making your audiences lose attention, and tailoring the scope of the presentation to fit in the allocated timeframe. Tips on how to prepare the presentation material and practice the delivery of the presentation will be provided.

Summer Course


If you want to learn more about application of statistics in pharmaceutical industry, you may consider to take the 1 credit course from University of Connecticut.

Click here to the Summer Course

Organizing Committee

University of Connecticut: Ming-Hui Chen
Vertex: Glen Laird
Servier: Jian Zhu
Moderna: Qiqi Deng
Boehringer Ingelheim: Dooti Roy
Beigene: Jingjing Ye
Statistics & Data Corporation: Helen Li
Pfizer: Steven Gilbert
Biogen: Susie Sinks
Takeda: Veronica Bunn
Amgen: Tony Jiang
Merck: Yulia Sidi
FDA CBER: Zhenzhen Xu
Bristol Myers Squibb: Revathi Ananthakrishnan
Roche/Genentech: Godwin Yung
Promotional Partner: DhaShu
Operation Support: Courtney Trzasko and Tracy Burke, University of Connecticut
Webmaster: Yelie Yuan, University of Connecticut