Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Sessions selected on Jan 30 Meeting

Update from Jan 30 Organizational meeting:
  • 35 sessions were voted in for further considerations.
  • Session organizers were identified.
  • Each group of session organizers will submit a formal abstact (due Feb 27) to steering committee for final session selection.

If you have a talk you'd like to submit for consideration in any of these sessions, please contact us at fdaindustry2009@gmail.com and we will forward it to the appropriate session organizers

Sessions selected based on a vote:
  1. PK-PD Analysis
  2. Overview of Toxicology/Thorough QTC
  3. Adaptive Design - Theory and Methods
  4. Adaptive Design-Examples
  5. Longitudinal Analysis and missing data
  6. Future Directions in planning safety analysis and risk management
  7. Quantitative Risk /Benefit Assessment
  8. Global Harmonization -Regulatory
  9. Global Harmonization -Statistical
  10. Stat issues in phase I designs
  11. Design Issues in Clinical Trials
  12. Interim Analysis Futility Analyisis
  13. Subgroup Heterogeneity/Adj of covariates
  14. Survival Analysis
  15. Stats Modeling , Simulation for decision Making
  16. Bayesian
  17. Multiplicities/Multiple Comparison
  18. Meta Analysis
  19. Non-Inferiority
  20. Quality of Clinical Programs- Designs/Methodological/Robustness /Data
  21. Biomarker/Genomics/Microarray
  22. Open-source software/global platform
  23. Oncology I - Issues
  24. Oncology II. - Designs and Analysis
  25. Psychiatric Clinical Trials CNS/Insomia
  26. ICH Guidelines/ISS, ISE Anallysis Plans
  27. Communication /Stats Consulting
  28. CMC I
  29. CMC II
  30. Food
  31. Veterinary Medicines I - Design and Analysis
  32. Veterinary Medicines II - Issues
  33. Devices I - Medical
  34. Devices II - Diagnostics
  35. Vaccines

1 comment:

Scott Cooper, MD said...

I am developing web based modules that are interactive to teach basic statistic. The student starts by manually developing distributions. They then immediately use their distribution to make decisions. The math is then introduced later. There has been some beta testing and the feedback is +. We have even animated ANOVA and the student can manually make their own F distribution so they understand where it comes from! I am interested to get some direction. Are there meetings where this could be presented? I would also demonstrate it to a group.
My email is coopermd@ehp.cc

Scott Cooper, MD