DIEM Computing Services, Inc. is a US-based consulting group that specializes in statistical consulting, data analysis, data standards implementation, project management, and process documentation. Incorporated in 1999, it was founded by Dr. Daniel J. Leprince and Elizabeth Li.
We support drug development projects of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies by assessing clients' needs, identifying data related deliverables, setting up efficient processes, implementing standards, validating data structures, and creating documentation for eCTD submissions. Our goal is to get clients' products to market quickly and cost effectively.
Flexible: We provide resources when needed - giving clients the freedom to adjust scope of work at any time.
Responsive: We take immediate actions, provide timely feedback, and move projects forward.
Dependable: We deliver projects on time with exceptional quality.
Helpful: We anticipate clients' needs and offer timely suggestions.
Accessible: We are always there for clients - just a phone call away, as if we were next door to clients' office. Clients can also reach us by email, fax, or internet.
We constantly looking for ways to expand and improve our services. As a result, our client base continues to grow. We enjoy a high level of repeat business.
DIEM Computing Services, Inc. is owned and operated by working statistician and SAS programmers. We have experience working with clients and meeting the needs for quality, responsiveness, flexibility, and reliability at competitive prices.
Over the years, we have analysed safety, efficacy, PK, quality of life data. We adhere to stringent regulatory requirements from ICH, EMEA, and FDA. We have standard operating procedures (SOPs) in place to ensure quality of our services. Some of the SOPs include electronic data security, disaster recovery, programming conventions, programming validations, and conventions for data management and data quality.
We are SAS Alliance Affiliate Partners, which means our clients can benefit from our up-to-date SAS programming skills and knowledge of current data analysis methodology.
Cancer: brain, head and neck, prostate, ovarian, and skin;
Cardiac diseases: bypass surgery, ischemia, and stroke;
Infections: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and C, mycobacterium avium complex, fungal, influenza;
Vaccines: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, influenza, and ragweed;
Other areas: diabetics, chronic granulomatous disease, analgesics, hormonal deficiency, pulmonary disease, severe trauma, and atopic dermatitis.
Elizabeth has a M.S. degree in statistics and a M.S. degree in electrical engineering. She has provided statistical and data analysis support in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and healthcare research fields for more than twelve years. She has experience in face-to-face discussion with the FDA medical reviewers and statisticians. As a SAS certified professional, she has been using SAS since 1987 and has presented several papers at international, national, and regional user group conferences.