Registration Header

Date:DECEMBER 9, 2020

Start Time:10am CT (Chicago) | 5pm CET (Paris)

Duration:60 minutes


This editorial webinar moves downstream to clinical development, as several advancements in technology are changing the way we view clinical trials, including remote monitoring solutions. Also, tools like wearables are moving studies away from a central site location, in both virtual and hybrid models.

With use cases across the drug development continuum, AI also is being used to improve clinical trial recruitment, pharmacovigilance, safety, and risk management as the industry collects data from more sources than ever before.


Advarra Elligo
Ajinomoto Oracle


Asa Oxner

Vice Chair Dept of Internal Medicine, Director COVID Testing and Follow Up Clinic

University of South Florida

Asa Oxner is the vice chair for the Department of Internal Medicine at University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Her role is to manage the patient access to physicians, track and improve disease outcomes, and bridge care gaps between different specialties of medicine.

Dr. Matthew T. Mullarkey, Ph.D.

Director, Doctor of Business Administration Program

University of South Florida, Muma College of Business

Matthew T. Mullarkey is director of the Doctor of Business Administration Program for the USF Muma College of Business. His areas of research interest include design science and action research in the evaluation and creation of information systems, healthcare, data science and more.

Joe Dustin

Head of Clinical Innovation

Bristol Myers Squibb

Joe Dustin is head of clinical Innovation at Bristol Myers Squibb, where he leads a team of change agents to test new ideas that scale in the context of clinical trials. He recently came to BMS after 12 years with Medidata, where he focused on the patient experience in clinical trials.

Dr. Julia Moore Vogel, Ph.D.


Scripps Research

Julia Moore Vogel is a director for the All of Us Research program at Scripps Research. She enables participants to contribute and receive health information. She previously managed genomics initiatives at the New York Genome Center and The Rockefeller University.

Jenni Spinner


Jenni is an editor covering the pharmaceutical industry for She holds a Bachelor’s in Communications from the University of Illinois. Before joining OSP, she covered numerous industries, including food packaging, production and safety; concrete and masonry construction; and public works.

First Name
Last Name
Email Address
Business Activity
Job Title
Company Employees

Got a burning question about this topic? Send it to us using the box below and we will try to have it answered by our expert panelists. You are also welcome to ask questions on the live day

This Editorial Webinar is a free service provided to you by Outsourcing-Pharma. This service is sponsored by the partners named on this page and they would like to contact you about their products and services. Please let us know if you are happy for our partners to contact you:

By email:

Outsourcing-Pharma may use your contact data to keep you informed of its products and services by email or by phone. You can withdraw your marketing consent at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in such email or by sending an email to

More information on our processing can be found in our Privacy Notice. By submitting this form, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Privacy Notice