Last week marked the fourth Informatics Summit from the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). The meeting provided a fantastic opportunity for members of our Informatics and Data Science practice to stay up to date with the latest developments in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing and machine learning in the context of […]
As #MedicalCommunications and #Publications professionals, how do we bring diversity to our work and how do we achieve it? Today at #ISMPP17AM, our CEO @ChrisW_PharmaG joins a panel on 'Equity, diversity, and inclusion: defining a roadmap for our profession' 10am (EST)/3pm (BST) https://t.co/PxOijPTmh5
Medical Affairs drives many activities in pharma – but it can bring unique challenges. We're leading an @ISMPP session to help you develop #MedicalAffairs leadership skills and succeed in cross-collaboration. Visit here for more information: https://t.co/UMWOOs5UIt #ISMPP17AM https://t.co/8KCjRLIIz6
12th April 2021
Virtual 17th Annual Meeting of ISMPP
Oxford PharmaGenesis is sponsoring this year's meeting of International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP). We're taking part in discussions and debates on evolving issues for HealthScience such as Open Access, preprint, and Artificial Intelligence.
Oxford PharmaGenesis and the US Friends of the National Library of Medicine: building global networks together
The Friends of the US National Library of Medicine has elected Chris Winchester, CEO of Oxford PharmaGenesis, to its Board of Directors in recognition of the growing collaboration between the two organizations. The move bodes well for the disclosure and dissemination of medical evidence from the pharmaceutical industry and beyond.
For the fourth year in a row, Oxford PharmaGenesis has been listed in the Alantra Pharma Fast 50 as one of the UK’s fastest-growing, privately owned pharmaceutical businesses.
Today I’m attending the online Women in Data Science Worldwide Conference, along with tens of thousands of professionals, speakers, ambassadors and thought leaders reports Hollie Rawlings (Data Analyst – Informatics and Data Science).
With the challenges presented over the past year, keeping in touch has been more important than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all in different ways, and a short conversation with a colleague, friend or family member about mental health has the power to make a big difference.