This series of scientific webinars is intended to provide methodology and knowledge related to clinical research.
IDDI has organized more than 25 scientific webinars so far.
All the recordings of our scientific webinars are available on:
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Webinar: Minimization: A Flexible Randomization Method
May 7, 2020
IDDI Complimentary Webinar on Minimization LEARN ON: Minimization method including demonstration of some of the advantages of minimization over permuted blocks, discussion of the implementation of the method and challenges related to minimization. Simulations that help identify which methods give […]
Webinar: Data-Driven eTMF and Clinical Data Management – An Integrated Approach
IDDI and Montrium joint live webinar on the relationship between eTMF and CDM and the benefits of having an integrated approach Listen to the recorded webinar here Paul Fenton, CEO of Montrium, and Pati Stone, IDDI Manager of Clinical Data Management […]
Bayesian Outcome-Adaptive Randomization Designs
June 18, 2019
IDDI Free Live Webinar: Bayesian Outcome-Adaptive Randomization Designs: a promise not without peril Learn on the crucial elements of implementing OAR designs and their impact on the operational characteristics. The speakers reviewed as well the advantages and disadvantages of the designs, […]
Expansion Cohorts in Early Development of Anticancer Agents
February 21, 2019
Free Webinar on Expansion Cohorts in Early Development of Anticancer Agents In this webinar we reviewed: The recent literature related to the use and design features of phase I/II trials and those with expansion cohorts The key points in the […]
Assessing Treatment Benefit in Immuno-Oncology
September 25, 2018
Free Live Webinar: Assessing Treatment Benefit in Immuno-Oncology In this webinar we reviewed key issues related to endpoints in immuno-oncology, with a brief overview of the four different sets of criteria for response assessment in immunotherapy. Then we reviewed the […]