CDISC Joint Webinar
- Partner Event at the US Connect
- Joint Projects
- Upcoming Collaborations
- Panel Discussion
Founder and Chairman of the Board
Stephen is the Head of Data Standards & Transparency at the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson. Stephen has been a member of the Janssen team since 2016 and has helped to implement and support a number of data sharing initiatives during this time. He has over 25 years of experience in management of clinical trial and research data with pharmaceutical, life science and research organizations.
In 2004, Stephen founded the PHUSE organization. From inception, he has driven, and continues to drive PHUSE, which now has over 10,000 global members. PHUSE runs over 25 well attended events globally each year, including a data innovation symposium in partnership with the Food and Drug Administration.
President and CEO
Dave Evans is recognized industry-wide as a leading technology visionary for developing and implementing complex process and system solutions and as an expert in the areas of information standards, regulatory compliance and quality governance. He was the architect and developer of the first electronic drug submission to the FDA in 1985 and has been responsible for more than 100 electronic regulatory submissions and complex clinical data warehouse systems. He brings over 40 years’ experience to CDISC, serving in various executive-level positions in software development, clinical research, regulatory and healthcare industries. Most recently, he was the Global Head of Quality Governance and Regulatory Compliance for Accenture Life Sciences. Prior to that, he was CIO of Octagon Research Solutions and co-founder of Premier Research and Research Data Corporation. He has also served on the CDISC Board and has chaired the CDISC Advisory Council.
Dave received his MS in Biomedical Engineering from Drexel University and his BS in Biology from Ursinus College.
PHUSE Working Groups Director
Chris has been involved with PHUSE since 2008, contributing to the Conference Committee and SDEs, before chairing the 2015 Annual Conference in Vienna.
Subsequently, Chris has contributed to and co-led Working Groups in both the CSS and Future Forum. Chris was nominated to the role of Working Groups Director in 2017.