Cancer Clinical Trial Methods: Training and Workshops

Cancer Clinical Trial Methods: Training and Workshops

Cancer Clinical Trial Methods: Training and Workshops

This free, one-day course brings together clinical researchers and biostatisticians to discuss new and fundamental concepts in therapeutic and non-therapeutic interventional trials. Learn more about the morning and afternoon sessions below.

Morning: Training session

Friday, Jan. 17, 2020
7:30 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Knight Cancer Research Building
Auditorium, Room 1015
2720 S.W. Moody Ave.
Portland, OR 97201

Who should attend: Cancer researchers interested in learning how to conduct a clinical trial at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.

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The morning session features presentations by OHSU biostatisticians and guest speakers on the following topics:

  • Novel phase 1 designs and considerations
  • Early phase clinical trial design for biomarker-guided therapies
  • Design considerations for multi-center, multi-treatment oncology trials
  • Strategies to writing successful clinical protocols
  • Designs for non-therapeutic interventional studies (New this year!)
  • Evaluation of diagnostic tests

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Afternoon: Protocol workshops

Friday, Jan. 17, 2020
1-5 p.m.

Knight Cancer Research Building
Room 1000
2720 S.W. Moody Ave.
Portland, OR 97201

Who should apply:
OHSU investigators who:

  • Have a clinical trial concept and would like to finalize a protocol synopsis, or
  • Have a finalized protocol synopsis that they would like to develop into a complete protocol.

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Two optional afternoon workshops will provide a select group of attendees with hands-on expert support on the design and statistical considerations of their own projects, or work with cancer researchers to develop their own clinical research protocols. 

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