Ghassan Karam | Project Manager
W.H.O. I.C.T.R.P.

Ghassan Karam, Project Manager, W.H.O. I.C.T.R.P.

Project manager of the International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (ICTRP) in the World Health Organization since 2011, expert in clinical trials database design, clinical trials registration & results and ethics committees information systems. Member of several international working groups that deal with clinical data standards and clinical data sharing. Extensive experience with large databases and big datasets and specialized in clinical and bibliometric databases. Many years of professional experience in the private sector and within different areas of work in the World Health Organization. Fluent in English, French and Arabic. BS in Computer Science, MSc in International Management with the University of London.

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Clinical Trials Day 2- Tuesday 30th October @ 15:25

Panel Discussion:The value of sharing clinical trial data and challenges

  • Maximising the value of clinical data through data sharing
  • The role of clinical trial registries for trial registration, results posting, and lay summaries
  • The EMA Policy 0043 and Policy 0070
  • Redaction, perturbation, anonymization, and data utility
  • Transparency, CCI, privacy, and risk
  • The responsibilities of regulators, sponsors, researchers, IECs/IRBs, authors, editors, and publishers
last published: 15/Oct/18 09:45 GMT
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last published: 15/Oct/18 09:45 GMT
last published: 15/Oct/18 09:45 GMT

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