R Validation Hub Community Meeting – December Recap

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After a brief hiatus, the R Validation Hub recently reconvened for its community meeting, celebrating a year of remarkable achievements and setting the stage for future endeavors.

In 2023, the R Validation Hub was present at these top conferences: useR!, Posit:conf, and R/Pharma. And riskassessment was awarded the title for “Best App” at Shiny Conf 2023

If you want to connect with us in 2024, please do so! The Regulatory R Repository workstream supports a transparent, cross-industry approach of establishing and maintaining a repository of validated R packages. Join us! 

Meeting Notes


In 2023, a new R Validation Hub structure, including Head, Executive Committee, and workstreams, was established. Doug Kelkhoff is taking over for Andy Nicholls as Head. The executive committee governs the R Validation Hug. Here are the committee members, as of August 2023:

  • Doug Kelkhoff (Chair)
  • Joe Rickert (R Consortium)
  • Preetham Palukuru (R Consortium)
  • Juliene Manitz (Communications Workstream Lead)
  • Coline Zabalos (Repositories Workstream Lead)
  • Eric Milliman (riskmetric Workstream Lead)
  • Aaron Clark (riskassessment App Workstream Lead)

Full Meeting Slides available here!

Additional Resources

R Validation website: https://www.pharmar.org/  

Thank you!

Thank you from the R Validation Hub and R Consortium Community for your support and interest in 2023. Welcome 2024!

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