OpenClinica Announces 2012 Global Conference

Press Release | OpenClinica | January 3, 2012

OpenClinica, the world’s most popular open source clinical trial software announces its 2012 annual conference, to be held, April 22-23 in Boston, Massachusetts.

The 2012 OpenClinica Global Conference is open to all and expected to attract existing, as well as potential, OpenClinica users and developers. OpenClinica has a community that counts over 13,000 registered individuals with diverse backgrounds representing biopharmaceutical and device companies, academic organizations, government agencies, contract research organizations, and IT companies.

“This is a great opportunity to learn about OpenClinica while meeting well over a hundred real-world users,” said Ben Baumann, OpenClinica Co-Founder and member of the conference organizing committee. The event will feature content across 3 parallel tracks with the following themes: regulatory, academic, and technical. Session topics will include, among others, information about OpenClinica best practices, case studies, systems integration, and tutorials. In addition, a number of complementary products and add-ons will be demonstrated at technology “demo stations.”

This is the third such annual conference of the OpenClinica community. For more information, including a schedule of deadlines, see

About OpenClinica®

OpenClinica enhances the productivity of clinical trials through commercial open source software. Trusted by hundreds of biopharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, academic, and government organizations worldwide, the OpenClinica software facilitates electronic data capture and clinical data management, increasing the speed of collection and quality of data in clinical trials. OpenClinica supports HIPAA, 21 CFR Part 11, and other regulatory guidelines and is designed as a standards-based, extensible, and modular platform. For more information – including product downloads – visit or follow @OpenClinica on Twitter.