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Perceptive Informatics


Imaging and Clinical Trials

Radiographic imaging is playing a much larger role than ever before in the diagnosis of disease and evaluation of new drug candidates. With technology evolving so rapidly, many in clinical development are not sure which techniques are available to them, whether they can be implemented into a clinical development program and how to implement them. This conference will provide you with solutions to these issues.

Conference Coverage Includes:

  • Imaging in diagnosis and drug development, the big picture

    • Patient selection
    • Proof of principle, biologic activity
    • Optimization of dose and schedule
    • Surrogate marker for clinical outcome parameter
    • Safety assessment
  • Selection and application of various imaging tools
  • Challenges in design & analysis of clinical trials to assess diagnostic imaging tools and radiographic endpoints in drug efficacy evaluations
  • Partnering with Imaging Service Providers
  • Quality control and data management of imaging data
  • Application of imaging tools in oncology, CNS, and cardiovascular clinical development programs

Scientific Advisors
Robert A. Comely, Ph.D., Imaging Scientist, Clinical Molecular Imaging, GlaxoSmithKline
Leslie C. Lilly, B.S.N., R.N., Consultant,
Clinical Research Consulting Services,
Conference Director,
Cambridge Healthtech Institute

Who Should Attend:
Clinical Data Management
Clinical Managers
Clinical Operations Personnel
Clinical Researchers
Medical Research Scientists
Regulatory Affairs

This event will be immediately followed by Patient Recruitment in Clinical Trials:
Maximizing Recruitment, Enrollment and Retention May 7-8, 2008

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