6 Innovative Trial Design Videos

Posted by Cytel

Jan 26, 2018 9:03:00 AM

The  Cytel YouTube Channel hosts a wealth of video presentations from Cytel experts as well as external industry and academic speakers about various aspects of clinical trial designs and their implementation.  In this blog, we've gathered 6 popular resources from the channel on topics from quantitative decision-making through to overcoming challenges in management of oncology trials. Read on...

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Topics: East PREDICT, Cytel Videos, Adaptive Clinical Trials, Multi-Arm Studies, pharmacometrics, Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Studies, biostatistics, EAST 6.4, adaptive designs, model-informed-drug-development


New Publication: Design and Monitoring of Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Clinical Trials

Posted by Cytel

Mar 29, 2017 8:29:00 AM

With an increasing interest in platform designs and other innovative designs that involve multiple comparisons over multiple stages, the importance of Multi-Arm Multi-Stage ( MAMS) designs is set to rise.

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Topics: Adaptive Clinical Trials, Multi-Arm Studies, Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Studies, biostatistics, adaptive designs


Case studies:Learning from less-well understood adaptive designs

Posted by Cytel

Sep 29, 2016 9:28:14 AM

A paper "Best practices case studies for 'less well-understood' Adaptive designs", has been published by the DIA Scientific Working Group on Adaptive Designs as a twin document to the previously discussed "Challenges and Opportunities of 'Less Well Understood' Adaptive Designs".  This publication furthers understanding by reviewing 10 important case studies and sharing details on their design...

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Topics: Rare Disease, Clinical Development Strategy, Adaptive Clinical Trials, Multi-Arm Studies, adaptive sample size re-estimation, Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Studies, EAST 6.4, adaptive designs, adaptive trials, Seamless designs


EAST 6.4 Release: Interview with Yannis Jemiai

Posted by Cytel

May 31, 2016 7:30:00 AM

 

Last week, we were delighted to announce the release of East 6.4 bringing further cutting –edge approaches to the East user community. East is the industry standard platform for clinical trial design, simulation, and monitoring, improving scientific productivity during the critical planning stages of clinical development. In this blog we catch up with Yannis Jemiai, VP of Cytel  to gain some...

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Topics: East, Bayesian Methods, East PREDICT, Prediction, Software Simulations, Multi-Arm Studies, Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Studies, biostatistics, EAST 6.4, adaptive trials


EAST takes on Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Designs

Posted by Cytel

Mar 11, 2016 12:30:00 PM

There has been increasing interest in  multi-arm multi-stage trials with treatment selection and sample size re-estimation at interim analysis. The East 6.4  release incorporates new Multi-Arm Multi-Stage (MAMS) module to support statisticians designing these studies.  In this blog, we take a high level look at some of the features and advantages of this approach.  

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Topics: East, Adaptive Clinical Trials, Multi-Arm Studies, Multi-Arm Multi-Stage Studies, EAST 6.4


Leveraging the Flexibility of an Adaptive Clinical Trials: A Case Study

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

Mar 27, 2015 5:43:52 PM

We have often said that one of the greatest benefits of an adaptive clinical trial is the flexibility it affords for decision-making [1]. Often this flexibility is taken to mean that sponsors have some leeway to accommodate events - foreseen or unforeseen, challenging or advantageous - midway through a trial. However, when designing a trial, it is often possible to leverage this flexibility...

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Topics: Clinical Development Strategy, Adaptive Clinical Trials, Multi-Arm Studies


Embracing the Adaptive Mindset

Posted by Esha Senchaudhuri

Mar 10, 2015 11:35:00 AM

Most of us are primed to think about the design of adaptive clinical trials as a narrow set of techniques applied to a specific set of problems. If you’re worried about the power of your study, for example, you can turn to your toolkit of adaptive methods and find a suitable use for sample size re-estimation. If the concern is getting the best possible dose, a multi-arm study which drops doses...

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Topics: Adaptive Clinical Trials, Multi-Arm Studies


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