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Free Virtual Conference – Clinical Trials in Precision Medicine
March 16, 2021 @ 9:55 am - 3:20 pmFREE
One measure of impact of a new protocol on a field is its use in clinical trials and in the clinic. A quick search of the impact of “precision medicine” in ClinicalTrials.gov results in hundreds of hits. Narrowing down to “recruiting” yields over 180 hits in areas as diverse as cancer, kidney disease, diabetes, mental health (e.g., Alzheimer’s Disease), and heart health. In addition, precision medicine has advanced novel clinical trial designs (e.g., bayesian, basket, umbrella, etc.) that allow investigators to identify responders to novel drugs, thereby improving the efficacy and safety of a therapy in a broad population (who should/should not receive therapy). We foresee more innovation in this area as data are reviewed and protocols are vetted to select for the best design and execution strategies.
Come join us for the Precision Medicine in Clinical Trials Virtual Summit to hear leaders from academia, biotech, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, clinical research, healthcare and regulatory bodies on this topic!
If you are a clinical trial investigator, clinical scientist, practicing clinician, or in regulatory affairs, you cannot miss line-up of speakers who will address these points and more:
Clinical data in the era of precision medicine
Clinical trial design and execution
Genomic annotation and association studies in Clinical Science
The Economics of drug vigilance based on pharmacogenetics
Positioning drugs tied to pharmacogenetics for coverage by payers
Tracking and evaluating data through telehealth for rapid collections of vigilance data
Who should attend:
Executives and Decision Makers – CEOs, CTOs, CMOs, and CSOs
Leaders in clinical genomics, biomarkers, assays
Clinical trial planning and operations
Clinical Research, Development, Translational Medicine
Regulatory Leaders in Government and Business Affairs groups
Economic Planners and Forecasters
Business Development Managers
Biotech and Biomedical technology researchers
Government and public support agencies
- March 16, 2021
9:55 am - 3:20 pm