Adaptive Clinical Trials Symposium

Start Date : March 22, 2018
End Date : March 23, 2018
Time : 8:00 am to6:00 pm

Phone : 917-258-5174
Email : gdemarco@exlevents.com

Location :
Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District, 400 Arch Street, Philadelphia, 19106, United States

Website

Description

The Adaptive Clinical Trials Symposium, taking place March 22-23 in Philadelphia, will educate cross-functional stakeholders on the importance of statistics, data management, and operations to improve clinical performance.


 


Last year, our Interim Analysis Symposium provided attendees with knowledge of best practices to enhance the capacity at which organizations can produce accurate reports to expedite products to market. This year, in response to industry trends and changes, we expanded our reach to encompass all that is adaptive design. Our goal is to inform those involved about how the adaptive design allows for a more proficient use of capital and resources through shorter timeframes and fewer patients.


 


Join your peers and our esteemed speaking faculty at the only event in the U.S. focused solely on adaptive clinical trials.


 


Can't-Miss Sessions:


 


The Platform Trial - An Efficient Approach to Clinical Development of Novel Compounds


Vlad Dragalin, Vice President, Scientific Fellow and Head of Quantitative Sciences Consultancy Group, JANSSEN R And D, USA


 


Moving Forward: Advancements in Data Collection for Neurological Diseases


Alex Sverdlov, Director, Statistical Scientist, NOVARTIS


 


In-Depth Look at the Bayesian Method for Adaptive Clinical Trial Design for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease


Chad Swanson, Director, Clinical Neuroscience, EISAI


 


URL:


Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/193732-1?pid=3506


 


Prices:


Early Bird Pricing - Register by February 9, 2018: USD 1895


Standard Pricing: USD 2095


Onsite Pricing: USD 2195

Registration Info

Register Now

 

Organized by

Organized by LoveEvvnt1

Exl Events


Event Categories: Internal Medicine.




Your Review

You must be logged in to post a comment.