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Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto CHL 5225 H – Advanced Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials Website: www.andywillan.com/CHL5225H/index.htm Instructors Melania Pintilie Princess Margaret Hospital, 610 University Ave. Rm. 10-510 (416) 946-4501 * 16-4886 [email protected] Greg Pond Henderson Hospital 711 Concession Street 60 (G) Wing, 1st Floor Hamilton Ontario, L8V 1C3 (905) 527-2299 * 42616 [email protected] Janet Raboud 60 Murray Street, Room 5-244 (416) 586-8852 [email protected] Kevin Thorpe 80 Bond Street and HSB 649 (416) 864-5776 [email protected] Andrew Willan (coordinator) 123 Edward Street, Room 404 (416) 813-2166 [email protected] 1) Overview: Academic and professional statisticians are frequently included as co-investigators on clinical trials. Their responsibilities as a co-investigator usually include trials design, involving issues of randomization, stratification and sample size determination, as well as statistical data analysis, reporting and presentation. Consequently, there is substantial demand from academia and the pharmaceutical industry for graduate level statisticians with training and experience in advanced statistical methodology for clinical trial. In response to that demand this course has been designed to provide exposure to the advanced statistical methods used in clinical trials for students seeking graduate degrees in biostatistics or statistics. The intended student population is meant to be graduate students in biostatistics and statistics.
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