IMPORTANT NOTICE: Unfortunately we have made the difficult decision to cancel this workshop, due to the coronavirus outbreak. We hope to be able to rearrange for later in the year. Further information will be posted on this page in due course.
We are organising an exciting new workshop, taking place on Thursday 26th & Friday 27th March at University Centre.
NEW registration prices announced – see below and click on link
Precision medicine has the aim of determining which patients benefit from which treatment. Clinical trials have an important role in gathering robust evidence for enabling precision medicine. This exciting workshop will showcase new developments in the design, conduct and analysis of precision medicine trials, including:
- Innovative Trial designs for precision medicine
- Methods for conducting efficient and complex trials
- Statistical analysis issues
- Communicating and reporting results from precision medicine trials
- Precision medicine for rare disease
- Precision medicine for non-drug interventions
The event will consist of invited speakers from the UK and beyond, as well as contributed talks
Registration: Due to receiving grant support for the event, we have now reduced registration prices (£20 for students, £50 for all others). To register, click here
Abstract submissions: We invite you to submit an abstract for a contributed talk or poster. To submit an abstract, please follow this link and submit by Friday 21st February. All abstract submissions will receive FREE registration to the workshop
Course: The workshop will take place in the same week as a parallel two-day course run at the MRC Biostatistics Unit on ‘Statistical methods for design and analysis of precision medicine trials’. For more information and to register for the course, click here
Further details: For more information about the workshop, including a list of the invited speakers, click here
Contact: For any enquiries relating to this event, please email email@example.com