Laszlo Vasko | Senior Director, Business Technology Leader - Clinical Operations and Innovation
Janssen Pharmaceutical

Laszlo Vasko, Senior Director, Business Technology Leader - Clinical Operations and Innovation, Janssen Pharmaceutical

Laszlo Vasko has over 2 decades of experience leading information technology enabled change initiatives in pharmaceutical drug development.  He recently joined Janssen Pharmaceutical, as Senior Director Business Technology Leader for Clinical Development and Innovation.  Prior, Laszlo worked at AstraZeneca R&D Information for the past 18 years, implementing and supporting capabilities for Clinical Operations, Bio-Statistics, Safety, Regulatory and Project Management.   Laszlo has Masters degrees in both Clinical Research Management (Drexel University) and Information Science (Penn State University).    Laszlo is passionate about advancing the science of drug development with information technology.  He worked across functional, regional, and organizational boundaries, driving novel solutions such as improving clinical development program design, leveraging healthcare data in design and recruitment, unstructured knowledge mining, analytics, and more.  He is the co-lead of cross industry initiative partnering with Phuse and CDISC to establish an information model supporting Clinical Development Design.  The model aims to structure information underpinning clinical design decision making.  Laszlo has an international background, having had the opportunity live, work, and study in Sweden, France, and Hungary.


Clinical Trials Day 1- Monday 29th October @ 14:50

Standardization efforts in clinical development focused on the “what” and not the “how”

  • CDISC standards, protocol templates, and government registries share what trials are run, data collected, and standardized submissions. Information on how clinical research is designed tends to be captured ad-hoc, making it difficult to find not just externally, but even within organizations
  • Proposal for a clinical development design information model
  • Merits for capturing design thinking in a structured manner
  • Past and current projects ongoing to establish a clinical development design information model, and framework
last published: 17/Jul/18 15:35 GMT
last published: 17/Jul/18 15:35 GMT

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