brand.gif

Essentials of Clinical Research at Stanford: Mod 2: The Conduct of Research - Running a Clinical Trial

Jan 18, 2018 (Thu) | 3:30 PM -6:00 PM
Li Ka Shing Center, LK130 : Palo Alto, CA

The course will consist of an introduction to the fundamentals of clinical research at Stanford, including the science of clinical research (design and analysis) and logistics (GCP, data management, regulatory). Both experimental (clinical trials) and observation studies will be discussed, however, emphasis will be on clinical trials. Mainly aimed at faculty and staff at Stanford engaged in clinical research. Fall term will cover basics of design and statistics (but far less that the depth of HRP 225 and HRP 251). Winter term will included a few classes on study conduct and logistics. Register online.

Department:  Spectrum: Center for Translational and Clinical Research and Education

Contact: Jessica Meyer, MBA | 650-498-6140 | jpmeyer@stanford.edu

Presenter(s):

  • Peg Tsao, RN Workforce Development Manager, Spectrum
  • Kiera Larsen, RN, BSN Education Program Manager, SCCR
  • Maya Berdichesky, DMD Quality and Compliance Manager, SCCR

        Course Website