All CTMC webinars are open to anyone who is interested (not just the enrolled course participants). All webinars are recorded and posted below for later review. Please click here to evaluate each webinar.
2019 WEBINAR SERIES
Objectives of the webinar series
Participants will improve their knowledge of the design and conduct of clinical trials in the neurosciences;
Analyze the information presented; and
Integrate relevant content into the design and conduct of clinical trials.
Unless otherwise stated generally webinars are held at 12PM EDT (https://bluejeans.com/7342322138) – please use a computer with webcam, or the Bluejeans app if possible. If you must use a phone call in numbers can be found on the BlueJeans website. DO NOT CALL AND USE COMPUTER AUDIO SIMULTANEOUSLY.
Some webinars are designated as “Office Hours.” During these, it is expected that you will review the assigned pre-recorded webinar on Youtube BEFORE the webinar. Then during the office hours time block we will have some of the course faculty available to answer questions (both from the relevant webinar, but if other clinical trials questions come up we will answer those too.)
April 16: Asking a Good Early Phase Clinical Question - Presented by Will Meurer, MD
April 30 at 1:30p: Outcomes - Presented by Harold Adams, MD and Jeremy Shefner, MD
May 14: Sample Size - Presented by Sharon Yeatts, PhD
May 28: Small Sample Size Trials - Presented by Chris Coffey, PhD
June 11: Biomarkers - Presented by James Berry, MD
June 25: Partnering with Industry - Presented by Jeff Saver, MD
July 2: Data and Safety, IMM, AE Reporting - Presented by Roger Lewis, MD
July 16: Rare Disease Trials - Presented by Melanie Quintana, PhD
September 17: How to Review a Grant for Study Section (reviewer and applicant perspectives) - Presented by Shantadurga Rajaram, PhD
September 24: Study Sections in Clinical Trials - Presented by Jaideep Kapur, MD and David Wright, MD
October 1: Good Clinical Practice - Presented by Dixie Ecklund, RN, MSN, MBA and Marianne Kearney-Chase
July 15, 2016 Presented by Valerie Stevenson, BAS, RRT, CCRP, the Administrative Director of the Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials (NETT) Clinical Coordinating Center, in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University
October 11, 2014 Presented by Valerie Stevenson, BAS, RRT, CCRP, the Administrative Director of the Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials (NETT) Clinical Coordinating Center, in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Michigan.