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605 * Thu, 8/7/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-254A
Adaptive Designs for Clinical Trials and Observational Studies — Contributed Papers
Biopharmaceutical Section
Chair(s): Eva Miller, Quality Data Services   
8:35 AM Interim Sample Size Recalculation for Observational Studies Sergey Tarima, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Peng He, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Tao Wang, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Aniko Szabo, Medical College of Wisconsin
8:50 AM Case Study: Application of Adaptive Enrichment Design with Co-Primary Endpoints in the Command Clinical Trial for Treatment of Mesothelioma Robin Bliss, Veristat ; John Balser, Veristat ; Joanna Horobin, Verastem ; Mitchell Keegan, Verastem
9:05 AM An Adaptive Group-Sequential Test Without Predetermination of Total and Group Sample Sizes Kosuke Kashiwabara, University of Tokyo ; Yutaka Matsuyama, University of Tokyo
9:20 AM Two-Stage Adaptive-Optimal Design with Fixed First-Stage Sample Size Nancy Flournoy, University of Missouri ; Adam Lane, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
9:35 AM Effect of Sample Size Re-Estimation in Adaptive Clinical Trials for Alzheimer's Disease and MCL Guoqiao Wang, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; Richard Kennedy, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; Lon Schneider, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine ; Gary Cutter, University of Alabama at Birmingham
9:50 AM Design Considerations in Phase IIa and IIb for a Symptomatic Alzheimer's Treatment Christopher Assaid, Merck ; James Kost, Merck ; Jang-Ho Cha, Merck ; Ying Zhang, Merck
10:05 AM Design Optimizations and Implementation for Adaptive Clinical Trials: A Case Study for Cancer Qiming Liao, GlaxoSmithKline

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