PHARMA

The future of pharma is open source

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An industry-wide shift across every organization

For new talent

Data scientists graduating today expect languages like R and Python to be the backbone of tools used in clinical trials.

For leaders

Leaders responsible for driving innovation across project portfolios and bringing therapeutics to patients faster are training their workforces on open-source tools.

For regulators

Regulators like the FDA are embracing the possibility of freeing the evidence of analysis of beneficial drugs from being locked behind proprietary tools.

Open source is driving clinical trials forward

Customer Story Spotlight

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"I think the possibility now with open source and particularly something like R, where you've got a tool like Shiny, is you can start to deliver that submission in a different way. I think we'll be sharing the data directly with the regulators in the future, we'll be worried less about how we format that and get it to look really nice on a piece of paper."

Andy Nicholls

Senior Director, Head of Statistical Data Sciences at GSK

Big pharma, innovating with open source

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An all-in-one solution for open-source teams.
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Posit Academy

Keep pace with industry leaders.
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We're experts at helping leading pharmaceutical companies implement open-source into complex clinical workflows.

Let us help you understand the tools you should be using and the skills you need to teach your workforce, so you can bring drugs to market quicker and more confidently.