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Past events

  • 14

    November 2020

    ISPOR Europe 2020

    Genpro research team not only work on client projects but also keep doing research to foster various fields of its operations. We are delighted that our abstract has been selected for ISPOR Europe 2020 (Virtual) happening 14-18 November in Milan, Italy. The research project encompassed comparative survey of HTA reports from India and other countries and Genpro’s HEOR team provide recommendations for futuristic developments for India in this domain. Write to us at to know more about HTA and...

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  • 01

    August 2020

    Automating Structured Literature Search Using AI & NLP.

    Genpro Research was pleased to be part of plenary sessions at ‘Phuse go Virtual’ Hyderabad, the first-ever virtual event conducted by Phuse. Our product manager Mr. Niyas Mohammed presented on the topic ‘Automating Structured Literature Search Using AI & NLP’. The topic discussed how AI & NLP is re-defining the SLR process to accelerate productivity by automating tedious tasks involved in the SLR. The topic was aimed for medical affairs professionals, medical writers and scientific writers who spend hours creating a medical literature summaries and systematic literature review. Would you like to learn more about this event and the topic...

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  • 30

    July 2020

    An AI-Powered Device to detect Diabetic Retinopathy & Associated Statistical Deliberations

    The Diabetic retinopathy detection device, world’s first AI-powered device to receive US Food and Drug Administration approval. A signature project of ours for a US client turned out to be a great success that is helping many people today with their critical diabetic retinopathic situations. Mrs. Athira Sudhakar, our Lead Biostatistician has steered the helm for this project under the supervision of senior project manager Mrs. Limna Salim, and CEO Mr. Anoop P Ambika. This free webinar focused on a few...

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