Shanghai, China
September 4-5, 2015


Data Analysis

09. Adverse Event Data Programming for Infant Nutrition Trials
Ganesh Lekurwale and Parag Wani

10. A proposal for intervention and event partial date time imputation
Zhao Chunpeng

39. Detecting Suspected Fraudulent Data in Clinical Trials
(No paper available)
Xiaodong SHI

42. SAS Bayesian Procedure Applications in Clinical Trials
(No paper available)
Aijun Gao

43. Cutpoint Determination Methods in Survival Analysis using SAS®: Updated %FINDCUT macro
(No paper available)
Jayawant Mandrekar and Jeffrey Meyers

75. Not Just Merge - Complex Derivation Made Easy by Hash Object
Lu Zhang

Data Visualization and Graphics

28. A Fully Automated Approach to Concatenate RTF outputs and Create TOC
Zhiping Yan and Lugang Larry Xie

53. GTL makes it is possible: A picture is worth a thousand words
(No paper available)
Lynda Li

62. Build Child Growth Charts Using SAS GTL
Rajesh Moorakonda

Management & Career Development

05. Getting clouds moving across the Pacific - a case study on working with a Chinese CRO on SAS® Drug Development
Chen Shi

32. Developing Global Clinical Programming Team with Qualification and Cost Minimization in China
Margaret Li and Lulu Swei

41. How to Build an “Offshore” Team with “Onshore” Quality
Lulu Swei and Margaret Li

49. Job-Oriented Training Program for Clinical SAS Programmers -- One Year Later
(No paper available)
lixiang yao

52. Managing the analysis programming effort for an NDA submission
Yu Cheng and Quan Zhou

Preparation & Regulatory Standards including CDISC

03. Clinical Data Transparency and Sharing: Update on Research Benefits, Risks and the Future
(No paper available)
Matt Becker

20. Summary level clinical site data for data integrity review and inspection planning in NDA and BLA submission
(No paper available)
Jingwei Gao and Nancy Bauer

24. How to validate clinical data more efficiently with SAS Clinical Standards Toolkit
Vivian Feng

25. Multilingual data support in Dataset-XML with SAS® Clinical Data Integration
Jing Gao

27. SDTM Electronic Submissions to FDA: Guidelines and Best Practices
Christina Chang and Kyle Chang

29. SAS® End-to-End solutions in Clinical Trial
Emma Liu

30. Generating Define.xml Using SAS® By Element-by-Element And Domain-by-Domian Mechanism
Lina Qin

37. Tips for efficient CDISC eCRT production
Lanting Li, Yu Zhu, Yuejuan Meng and Huan Zhu

60. Automatic generating blankcrf.pdf for Rave Study
Haiqiang Luo

63. Reading and Resolving OpenCIDSC Message
Yu Pang

Paul Ngai and Joyce Hauze

66. Generic Macros for Data Mapping
Qian Zhao, John Wang and Ruofei Hao

67. Approaches to Missing Data in the Analysis of SpondyloArthritis International Society (ASAS 20) Response and the Creation of the Related CDISC Compliant Analysis Datasets
Christine Joy Dureza

68. SAS® Tools for Working with Dataset-XML files
Lex Jansen

77. Hands-On ADaM ADAE Development
Sandra Minjoe

Programming Techniques

01. Configuring SAS® Business Intelligence (BI) client with the SAS® server to support multilingual data
Wei Zheng

02. Fifty Shades of Sorting
Haibin Shu, Elena Rojco and John He

12. An Excel Macro for Quick and Efficient Analysis of SAS® Log Messages
(No paper available)
Lingyun Chen and Li Cheng

13. A Macro to Add Variables to SDTM Standard Domains
Xianhua Zeng

14. It’s Not Just Fast Merging, It’s Powerful Hashing
Mijun Hu

15. Perl Regular Expressions - A Powerful Tool to Manage Text String
(No paper available)
Weston Chen

17. Creating Binary Tables in a Snap

23. An efficient way to manipulate huge number of program files in a project
(No paper available)
Long Fang

26. A macro to re-size character variable length
Jianjun Tan and Eric Liao

44. Seamless Data Exchange between SAS and MS Word Documents Through the Integration of VBS in SAS Programs
(No paper available)
JIA YANG and Stanley Wei

45. An approach to fostering an environment of good programming
James Gallagher and Nancy Ni

46. Novel Programming Methods for Change from Baseline Calculations
(No paper available)
Mina Chen and Peter Eberhardt

47. Handling multiple y axes using SAS® Graphs
Mina Chen and Peter Eberhardt

48. Saving Typing with SAS® Editor Abbreviations
Mina Chen

50. The loop within: A macro on looping variables and observations
Eduard Joseph Siquioco

51. A Macro to Automatically Select Covariates from Prognostic Factors and Exploratory Factors for Multivariate Cox PH Model
Yu Cheng

55. A Multi-processing Tool to Batch Submit a List of Programs with Real Time Feedback and Dashboard Email Notification
Huashan Huo and Fanyu Li

69. Effectively Utilizing Loops and Arrays in the DATA Step
Arthur Li

70. SAS Longitudinal Data Techniques - From Change from Baseline to Change from Previous Visits
Chao Wang

71. Using GSUBMIT command to customize the interface in SAS®
xin wang

73. A customized tool for systematic input/output dependency diagnose
Chunlan Xing and Chao Wang

74. Application of Output Delivery System in Creating Customized Targets
Yuan Wang

Statistics including Pharmacokinetics

07. Hands-on Tutorial for Propensity Score Methods in Pharmaceutical Research Using SAS®
(No paper available)
Qinlei Huang

08. Hands-on Tutorial for Piecewise Linear Mixed-effects Models Using SAS® PROC MIXED
Qinlei Huang

11. Why Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP) should be comprehensive.
Riddhi Merchant and Ranjith Prayankotveettil

35. Comparison of Three Methods in Calculating Confidence Intervals for Rate Differences in Non-inferior Clinical Trials
yaohua huang

56. Survival Plots using SAS PROC LIFETEST, GPLOT, and SGPLOT: What are their difference?
Ka Chun CHONG and Chung Ying Zee

57. The Application of Tolerance Interval in Defining Drug Response for Biomarker
Jing Pan

58. Use of SAS® for Risk-Based Monitoring of Survival Endpoints and Adverse Event Data in Clinical Trials
Zhizhuo Zhang, Sichan Tang, Ka Chun CHONG and Chung Ying Zee

61. Clinical trials optimization: Monte Carlo Simulation modeling and SAS applications
Ye Meng