Cancer Clinical Trial Methods: Training and Workshops
This free virtual event series is open to faculty, staff, students, postdocs and cancer researchers interested in learning how to design and conduct a cancer clinical trial at OHSU. It consists of two sections: training and workshops. Click on the tabs below for details about each section.
March 2021: Wednesdays, 11 a.m. - noon
The training will consist of five one-hour seminars that are open to all.
|March 3||Cancer Prevention and Early Detection||Ruth Etzioni, Ph.D., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and OHSU|
|March 10||Modern Trends in Phase I Oncology Clinical Trials||Jeong Lim, Ph.D., OHSU|
|March 17||Current Practice on Phase II Oncology Clinical Trials||Tomi Mori, Ph.D., M.B.A., St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital|
|March 24||Recent Advances in Study Design for Precision Oncology||Antje Hoering, Ph.D., Cancer Research and Biostatistics (CRAB)|
|March 31||Key Components in Writing a Successful Protocol for Oncology Clinical Trials||Shaun Goodyear, Ph.D., OHSU|
Advance registration is required
April 1, 2021: 1 - 5 p.m.
The workshops are available by application only to clinical cancer researchers at OHSU.
|Study Design Workshop||Protocol Development Workshop|
|This workshop is designed for researchers to gain hands-on expert support for the design and statistical consideration of the study concept for development of a protocol synopsis.||This workshop is intended for researchers to gain expert guidance on developing a complete final protocol based on an already finalized protocol synopsis.|
To apply, visit the Knight Cancer Biostatistics Shared Resource Bridge page
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