SAS Statistical Programming for Clinical Trials
What is SAS Statistical Programming in Clinical Trials?
SAS statistical programming is used to process and analyze clinical trial data with the aim of producing tables, figures, and listings (TFLs). SAS (statistical analysis systems) is a computer programming language employed for statistical analysis that was created by Anthony James Barr. Today, SAS has become a standard in the clinical research industry and is widely used by biotech, pharma, and CRO companies around the world.
Sofpromed’s Biostatistics and Statistical Programming Services
Sofpromed is a clinical research organization (CRO) specialized in providing biostatistics and statistical programming services, including SAS programming. Our statistical capabilities include:
- Sample size calculation
- Statistical analysis plans (SAPs)
- SAS programming
- Statistical reports
- Pharmacokinetics (PKs) reports
Sofpromed’s statistical services are offered for phase I-IV clinical trials and post-approval studies in a wide variety of therapeutic areas such as oncology, cardiovascular, metabolic, central nervous system, dermatology, infectious, and respiratory diseases, among others.