Adaptive Design Workshop for Preclinical, Clinical Veterinary, and Translational Human Studies
On November 8, 2019 Colorado State University (CSU) is very fortunate to be hosting nationally-recognized biostatisticians and clinical investigators with expertise in adaptive design methodology and clinical trial conduct. The Adaptive Design Workshop for Preclinical, Clinical Veterinary, and Translational Human Studies will feature Drs. Scott Berry, Roger Lewis, Michael Krams, Bill Barsan, Byron Gajewski, Giora Fueurstein, Doug Thamm, and others sharing their knowledge and experience. A breakout workshop session in the afternoon led by Drs. Fueurstein and Thamm is designed for preclinical and veterinary scientists who want to learn more about adaptive designs in an interactive setting. Come join adaptive design experts who are routinely featured at FDA, NIH, DoD and national meetings!
The Adaptive Design Workshop for Preclinical, Clinical Veterinary, and Translational Human Studies is funded by CSU and registration is free (see link below) and open to all.
This workshop is aimed at preclinical, veterinary, and translational scientists, biostatisticians, and clinicians engaged in research. The workshop will be hosted at CSU’s new Translational Medicine Institute in beautiful Fort Collins, Colorado. Please visit the Workshop Websitefor full details and the Registration Websiteto register