Michael C. Mosier, Ph.D., director of biostatistics, EMB Statistical Solutions, LLC
Moderated by Michael J. Klepper, M.D., president and founder, Drug Safety Navigator, LLC
New adaptive designs are being used more frequently in clinical trials, as companies strive to shorten the time it takes to complete trials and to limit exposure to as few patients as possible to untried medications. Despite these challenges we hope to develop an adequate safety profile.
This webinar will present and describe some of the common types of adaptive designs and discuss current regulatory thinking and acceptance of their use. Advantages and disadvantages of this approach will also be considered.
This webinar is designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry involved in clinical research, medical affairs, medical writing, biostatistics and other disciplines who need to be familiar with the latest innovations in clinical trial design.
Michael Mosier, Ph.D., is co-founder and director of biostatistics for EMB Statistical Solutions, LLC, a data management and statistical contract resource organization.
Mosier is also professor of statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Washburn University. He has served on the editorial board of the Drug Information Journal and holds a position as instructor for the DIA Clinical Statistics for Non-statisticians and Advanced Clinical Statistics for Non-statisticians training courses.
Previously Mosier served as a clinical biostatistician for Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc. (a predecessor company of Sanofi-Aventis), and as an assistant professor of biostatistics in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
After earning his bachelor’s degree in mathematics education and a master’s degree in mathematics from Emporia State University, Mosier received his doctorate in statistics from Colorado State University.
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