‘A blend of courage and foolhardiness’: Marvin Zelen's 8 Predictions for the Future of Biostatistical Sciences

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

May 14, 2015 3:32:00 PM

Ten years ago, in May 2005, world-renowned biostatistician Marvin Zelen was asked to deliver a keynote address before the Eastern Mediterranean Region of the Biometric Society. His address, entitled ‘Biostatisticians, Biostatistical Science and the Future,’ [1] offered a reflection on the direction which the field at large would have to take, given the anticipated leaps in software and the...

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Topics: Movers & Shapers, Education, Marvin Zelen


Powering Oncology Trials for Success: Adaptive Designs in East

Posted by Charles Liu

Jun 5, 2014 9:37:00 AM

Charles Liu, PhD, Cytel Statistician and Product Manager

In the US, cancer is the most common cause of death after heart disease, accounting for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths [1]. Tackling the immense burden of this disease, researchers are currently investigating an estimated 900 novel cancer agents in over 6,000 clinical trials [2]. Unfortunately, the clinical success rate remains low, and failed...

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Topics: Oncology, Education, Adaptive Clinical Trials


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