Adaptive Design Approaches from Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists Forum

Posted by Cytel

Jan 16, 2017 8:41:00 AM

 CVCTMehta.jpgThe Global Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists Forum is a key event bringing together leading experts from across the spectrum of opinion leaders, clinical trialists, investigators, regulators, statisticians and practitioners to address the most pressing questions in cardiovascular clinical development today.  At the December conference, eminent biostatisticians Cyrus Mehta and Stuart Pocock led a packed workshop tackling the advantages and limitations of adaptive designs within this space.

Using practical case studies to focus the discussion, Mehta's presentation on confirmatory trials included:

  • Traditional versus adaptive approaches in this setting
  • Opportunities of adaptive approaches and statistical problems to overcome
  • Cardiovascular outcome trial and adaptive SSR case studies

To access the 2 slidedecks from the workshop and benefit from Mehta and Pocock's extensive experience and insights in this field click the button below.



Further Reading

 Aligning Clinical Development and Regulatory Objectives for Cardiovascular Outcome Trials

Case Study: Cardiology Adaptive Trial

How to shorten a cardiovascular outcome trial by 2 years



Topics: biostatistics, adaptive trials, adaptive designs, Cyrus Mehta, Cytel Events, Cardiovascular

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