The Biopharmaceutical Applied Statistics Symposium (BASS), founded in 1993 by Karl E. Peace, PhD, Fellow of the American Statistical Association, provides (1) a forum for pharmaceutical and medical researchers and regulators to share timely information concerning the application of biostatistics in pharmaceutical environments; and (2) funding to support graduate studies in Biostatistics.
BASS has been serving the statistical, biopharmaceutical, and medical research communities for the past 24 years by providing a forum for the distinguished researchers and scholars in academia, government agencies, and industries to conduct knowledge sharing, idea exchange, and creative discussions of the most up-to-date innovative research and applications to medical and health-care to enhance the health of general public, in addition to provide support of graduate studies in biostatistics.
This year, BASS XXV will be held at the Hotel Indigo in the charming historic city Savannah of Georgia on October 15-19, 2018.
This year’s program will include both oral and poster presentations. The oral presentations usually last 45 minutes to an hour to allow ample time for the presenters to share their research and allow for an in-depth discussion with the audience. The presentations range from innovative methodologies of statistical designs to big data analysis of clinical trials and medical research. In addition, the symposium has also dedicated half a day to the discussions of regulatory requirements and issues presented by researchers from regulatory agencies from the U.S., Europe, and the rest of the world.
About the location: Savannah (http://www.visitsavannah.com/) is a charming southern town that dates back to the Civil War. During the meeting breaks, you can enjoy the Savannah historic squares, the beautiful parks, delicious local delicacies, and so much more!