Clinical Trial Design Optimization and Problem Solving

BTC 6213 4 Quarter Hours
Course Level Graduate
Description Discusses quantitative data analysis in creating dynamic drug-disease models, strategic market models, trial simulation models, and integrated financial models, which enable key variable analysis in clinical trial developments in real time. This integrated approach allows all decisions in the design to optimize value against both scientific and business criteria simultaneously and continuously. Offers students an opportunity to learn to take a complete view of the development process at the outset--across time, across the portfolio, and at all levels in the organization. This allows for greater insight into a drug's potential early in the process and leads to a more focused program for promising compounds, including an optimized clinical trial design. It also allows for earlier cessation of unpromising clinical trials, saving time and funds. Prereq. RGA 6100 or RGA 6201.

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Section 01
CRN 70286
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Session Fall 2016, Full-Term Session
Class Meeting Dates 09/19/2016 to 12/17/2016
Instructor Dr. Steve Kates
Schedule Wednesday 5:50 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Campus Boston Main Campus
Course Format On Ground
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Section 02
CRN 70104
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Session Fall 2016, Full-Term Session
Class Meeting Dates 09/19/2016 to 12/17/2016
Instructor Ms. Melissa Vozza
Campus Online Campus
Course Format Online
Costs Course Cost: View Tuition Rates | Books: Visit NU Bookstore Site
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