Annual FDA/PHUSE Computational Science Symposium

April 11, 2014 Pottstown, PA – DataCeutics was pleased to sponsor and participate in the Annual FDA/PhUSE Computational Science Symposium in Silver Spring, Maryland on March 16-18, 2014. This distinguished event seeks to provide a forum for the FDA, the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and academia to collaborate to improve upon standards, tools, and processes across regulatory review and computational science.

DataCeutics Telecommuting Green Strategy Delivers Staggering Benefits

May 15, 2013 Philadelphia, PA – In 1996, just three years after DataCeutics was founded, the concept of telecommuting gained ground in the United States. At that time, the Clean Air Act amendments were adopted and government and local businesses developed strategies to reduce carbon dioxide and ground level ozone levels. Telecommuting, remote work, or telework is a work arrangement in which employees do not commute to a central place of work or central office building. A person who telecommutes is typically "remote-based" and working from a home-based office.

DataCeutics Sponsors the Genentech Golf Club 2015 Fall Classic to Support a Good Cause

December 7, 2015 Pottstown, PA – DataCeutics cordially sponsored the Genentech Golf Club 2015 Fall Classic. The event was held at the Poppy Ridge Golf Course in Livermore, California on Friday, October 23, 2015. Golfers from Genentech and across the Bay Area came out to enjoy a round of golf while supporting a good cause.

DataCeutics Sponsors the 2015 Sugarloaf Police Officers Association Golf Tournament

December 7, 2015 Pottstown, PA – DataCeutics graciously sponsored the 2015 Sugarloaf Police Officers Association Golf Tournament. This year’s tournament was held on Friday, June 12,2015 at the Sugarloaf Golf Course in Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania. The tournament brings people together for a fun round of golf. Collected sponsorship fees are used to help offset the fees that are associated with putting this event on. The remaining proceeds go to help offset the cost of equipment, training, and schooling for the officers of the Sugarloaf Township Police Department.

Design Considerations Used to Develop Clinical Reporting Software

Most drug development organizations have two basic needs.  The first need is to standardize the reporting and second, to streamline the reporting process. SAS-generated reports are a key component of most clinical study reports that are included in a regulatory submission.  The reporting of most clinical data is similar from study to study and therefore can be standardized.  This standardization creates an opportunity for SAS macro-driven reporting.