Key Dates

Program Book

Contact

Lanju Zhang, Ph.D.

Data and Statistical Sciences, AbbVie Inc

Address: One North Waukegan Ave, North Chicago, IL 60064

Phone: (847) 938-6267

E-mail: lanju.zhang@abbvie.com

Registration, Hotel Reservation and Abstract Submission
On-site Registration

People can register for short course only, short course and symposium, or banquet (or adding banquet tickets) on site. Please fill out the registration form and bring it with you to expedite the process. Credit card, check, or cash is accepted for payment.

Online Registration

All speakers need to register for the Symposium before submitting their abstracts online. Be advised that the deadline to submit abstracts for invited sessions and topic contributed sessions is April 1, 2017; please go to program page check your session numbers and a draft schedule. For short courses abstract and instructor bios, please go to the program page. If you want to submit a contributed talk, you can do so after registration. Please register and submit abstracts for invited sessions, topic contributed sessions or a contributed talk abstract at http://www.icsa.org/icsa_login/meeting/

Symposium Registration Fee
Before 5/1/2017 After 5/1/2017
Members Non-Members Members Non-Members
Non-Student Student Non-Student Student Non-Student Student Non-Student Student
365 100 405 120 405 120 445 140
Short Courses and Registration Fee
Before 5/1/2017 After 5/1/2017
Members Non-Members Members Non-Members
Non-Student Student Non-Student Student Non-Student Student Non-Student Student
SC01 Multi-Regional Clinical Trials for Simultaneous Global New Drug Development (Including a Text Book) AM 315 110 340 125 340 120 365 135
SC02 Methods of biomarker and subgroup identification for personalized medicine AM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC03 Bayesian Adaptive Clinical Trials in the 21st Century AM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC04 Statistical methods and software for multivariate meta-analysis AM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC05 Clinical Trials for Time-to-Event Outcomes: Current Practice and New Developments AM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC09 Integrative Multivariate Statistical Learning in Healthcare Research with Real-World Data PM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC10 Phase II Clinical Development PM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC11 Principles of Multiple Comparisons, with Applications PM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC12 Bayesian Adaptive Phase I Oncology Trials: Methodology and Implementation PM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC13 Design and Analysis of Real-word Clinical Studies Using SAS and R PM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC14 Experiences and Case Studies in Adaptive Clinical Trial Design PM 250 45 275 60 275 55 300 70
SC15 Quantitative Sciences for Safety Monitoring during Clinical Development Full Day 450 75 500 90 500 85 550 100
Cancellation Policy

Unless approved by the Committee, all symposium participants must register (except for keynote, and dinner speakers). Full refund for registration will be made if cancellation is requested on or before May 15, 2017; No refund will be issued if registration is cancelled after May 16, 2017.

Hotel Reservation

Hilton Chicago

June is the most beautiful and pleasant time of Chicago. Hilton Chicago overlooks Grant Park and Lake Michigan, within walk distance of major shopping, dining, and tourism attractions. The hotel has blocked a number of guest rooms for the Symposium and the discount rate is below. A further discount is offered for government employees. The reservation opens February 1 and closes May 20. To make a reservation, go to https://aws.passkey.com/go/ICSA17

SingleDouble
Regular249249
Government220220
Economy Housing

The Local Committee has provided a less expensive lodging option for attendees. There are dorm rooms available at University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) campus housing https://www.housing.uic.edu/halls/jst/. A limited number of rooms (single and double occupancy) in James Stukel Towers (shared bathroom) will be available June 24 - 28, 2017. The rate is $45 per night for both types. The single rooms are offered on a first come first serve basis. For double occupancy, if you can find a roommate, please tell University staff when checking in. Otherwise, the staff will arrange a roommate for you. Reservations open until May 20, 2017 or when the rooms are sold out. To reserve, click http://uic-housing.midwest-icsa.org/.

Important: Since UIC charges for "no shows", the reservation cannot be cancelled.

Address of the UIC campus housing is:

718 W. Rochford Street
Chicago, IL 60607

Additional information:

  • It is about 1.6 miles away from the conference hotel. Public CTA bus/train transportation transportations (such as #12, #62) are available.
  • There are many nice restaurants in the neighborhood.
  • The building has secured (card) entrance, 24-hour front desk, free laundry (in building, not in unit), shared kitchen (in building, not in unit), central air-conditioning in both hallway and units.
  • The economy housing is cluster-based. That is, one cluster/unit contains 2~4 bedrooms and one/two bathrooms. Each room could be single (with one bed) or double (with two beds or a double-layer bed).