Save the Date: 13th Annual University of Pennsylvania Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials

Save the Date: 13th Annual University of Pennsylvania Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 - 8:00am to 5:00pm

 

Registration opens January 1, 2020

13th Annual Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials

Arthur H. Rubenstein Auditorium

UPenn Campus - Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Cluster Randomized Clinical Trials (CRTs): Challenges and Opportunities

METHODS

David Murray, PhD (NIH) Overview:  Innovations in Design and Analysis of Group or Cluster Randomized Trials

Victor DeGruttola, PhD (Harvard)

Using network-level (and individual level) information in design and analysis
Luke J. Keele, PhD (University of Pennsylvania) Complexities caused by Noncompliance in Cluster Randomized Trials
James P. Hughes, PhD (University of Washington) Current issues in the design and analysis of stepped wedge trials

APPLICATONS

Lawrence H. Moulton, PhD  (Johns Hopkins University)

Issues in randomizaton in cluster-randomized trials
Ira Longini, PhD (University of Florida) Ring design for infectious disease outbreaks
Deborah J. Donnell, PhD  (University of Washington) Challenges for implementing CRTs: from Hawthorne effect to measurement bias
Weili He, PhD  (AbbVie) Use of cluster clinical trials in industry

PANEL DISCUSSANTS

Karla Hemming, PhD University of Birmingham
David Murray, PhD National Institutes of Health
Michael Proschan, PhD National Institutes of Health
Jeffrey Roberts, MD US Food and Drug Administration
Alisa Sheilds-Stephens, PhD University of Pennsylvania
Monica Taljaard, PhD Ottowa Hospital Research Institute

 

 

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