Translational Statistics: How to Move Beyond the Comfort Zone

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

Nov 6, 2014 11:09:00 AM

Professor LJ Wei holds that rules are for lawyers, not (necessarily) clinicians. When designing modern clinical trials, the impetus is often to use “efficient and reliable procedures, to obtain clinically interpretable results with respect to risk-benefit analysis…” Yet these efficient and reliable procedures are often just conventions and rules that provide information that is incomplete or difficult to make clinically interpretable.

In a presentation to the East User Group Meeting, Professor Wei identifies 11 problematic areas that currently challenge trial designers. After giving an overview of the challenges that arise in each, Professor Wei provides a few simple solutions about how to overcome them. All the solutions, however, require moving beyond the comfort zone of conventional procedures.

In the slides attached Wei discusses:

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Topics: East, East 6.3, Access to Slides PDF, Trial Design, Trial Monitoring, Training and Education, Predictive Enrichment, Precision Medicine, Translational Statistics, Translational Medicine


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