MONTREAL, CA, June 7, 2021 — Montrium, a leader in cloud-based software solutions for life sciences, today announces the release of its final agenda and program for its virtual clinical trial summit, TMF Week. Building upon last year’s immense success, TMF Week 2021 is a free event consisting of 17 expert-led sessions from June 14th to June 18th, 2021, offering registrants a unique opportunity to learn about trial master file management best practices from industry experts. 

TMF Week brings together professionals of all levels in clinical operations and TMF management to share knowledge and best practices on a vast range of topics relevant to drug and device development in life sciences. The scheduled speakers include representatives from pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology innovators, and CROs, as well as compliance experts and other key figures from companies such as Pfizer, Daiichi Sankyo, Oracle, InSeption Group, NNIT, Moderna, LMK, Advanced Clinical, Just in Time GCP, Covance, Eisai, Syneos Health, Adaptimmune, Montrium & more. 

The conference is geared will cover key topics over a 5 day event, with each day tackling a different topic theme.  

Monday – June 14th  – TMF Health & Quality 

Tuesday – June 15th  – TMF Startup & Investigator Site Files 

Wednesday – June 16th  – The Sponsor & CRO Environment  

Thursday – June 17th  – Inspections, Standards & Regulations 

Friday – June 18th  – Technology & The Future of eTMF  

TMF Week registrants will have the opportunity to reserve a place at the biggest TMF event of the year and gain access to valuable industry-specific insights that have the potential to transform clinical processes. Montrium will also offer attendees free access to the recorded presentations. Those interested in attending TMF Week can register at www.tmfweek.com. 

Additional Information 

  • For more information, please visit: www.tmfweek.com 
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