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How Do You Make Informed Decisions about Implementing Adaptive Designs?

December 15, 2016

Read more about this and the discussions that you missed at the MassBio Forum on Adaptive Designs in Clinical Research that took place last month.

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How to Select & Execute a Biomarker-Driven Clinical Trial Designs

October 4, 2016

At the 2016 Duke Industry Statistics Symposium, Dr. Robin Bliss, in collaboration with Dr. Jing Wang of Gilead Sciences, lead a discussion on “Biomarker-Driven Clinical Trial Designs for Precision Medicine.”  Dr. Bliss highlighted two Adaptive Enrichment Clinical Trials performed by Veristat as case studies for how to select and execute an enrichment clinical trial design.

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What Are the Major/Common Types of Adaptive Designs Used in Clinical Trials Today?

August 5, 2016

An adaptive design is a clinical trial design that allows adaptations or modifications to aspects of the trial after its initiation without undermining the validity and integrity of the trial. An adaptive design consists of multiple stages. At each stage, data analyses are conducted and adaptations take place based on updated information to maximize the probability of success of a trial.

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