Why should I get involved with PSI and what it’s like to run the PSI conference? Interview with Lucy Rowell

In this episode, we’ll cover Lucys story about her work within PSI and how it helped her to with her promotion. She shares tips and tricks to make it happen and we explore, what it takes to become an active PSI member.

Lucy is the conference chair for the PSI conference 2018 in Amsterdam. As such, we also talk about various hurdles and benefits of running such a large event. Lucy explains what you can expect from this years conference and how learnings from previous conferences are implemented.

Learn more about the details of the program etc and register for the PSI conference 2018 in Amsterdam here.

About Lucy Rowell

Lucy has been an active member of the PSI Scientific Committee for 6 years and this is her final year as the conference chair! Lucy is currently embarking on a 50% rotation into the UK Affiliate, supporting early pipeline molecules, from either a Medical or Marketing perspective.

During her 15 years at Roche, Lucy has enjoyed a 6 month secondment to the US and worked in a number of disease areas including: inflammation, virology, metabolism, infectious diseases and oncology projects, across all phases of clinical development and has been involved in designing a wide variety of trial designs implementing both frequentist and Bayesian approaches.

When not in work, you will most likely find Lucy out listening to live music, walking her dog Buddy or curled up on the sofa reading a good book with a glass of vino.

 

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