October 24, 2019 from 9AM-5 PM
Professor and Chair
UCI’s Department of Statistics
This short course will cover the fundamentals of clinical trials design including both primary design issues as well as proper conduct and implementations. After this course researchers will be familiar with specific design issues including screening studies, planning statistical tasks and the essential elements of a clinical protocol. The important aspects of proper implementation including randomization, blinding, and surrogate endpoints will be discussed. The course will not require heavy statistical abilities but will instead focus on the essential elements of design to best ensure valid, generalizable, and reproducible trial results. This course is great if you are new to trial design or just want a refresher on the fundamentals.
UCI’s Donald Bren Hall – Conference Room 2011
Course materials and lunch will be provided.