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Adaptive Enrichment Designs for Confirmatory Randomized Trials: Statistical Methods and Software Tools
June 13 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Michael Rosenblum, PhD
Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
This course presents an overview of the strengths and limitations of these designs, explains
recent advances in statistical methods for these designs, and presents a software tool for
optimizing these designs. Two case studies are presented in the context of treatments for
stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.
- Understand benefits and limitations of adaptive enrichment designs
- Learn about (and see demonstration of) a new user-friendly, free, open-source software
tool that automatically searches over certain adaptive and non-adaptive trial designs to find
the ones that best address a clinical investigator’s scientific goals and resource constraints.
Anyone involved in or interested in the planning and/or analyzing of randomized trials including individuals from industry, government, and academia are encouraged to attend.
Registration is free and lunch will be provided. Download course flyer.
Register here: https://hivforum.formstack.com/forms/trial_designs