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Drs. Elliott Levy and Beverly Lorell, co-chairs of the CTTI Steering Committee, are pleased to announce that Bray Patrick-Lake has been selected to serve as a patient representative on the CTTI Steering Committee.
Patient representatives serve an important role in providing valuable perspectives and input to Steering Committee discussions and decisions. They also serve as liaisons with the patient advocacy community. Ms. Patrick-Lake serves as President and CEO of the PFO Research Foundation, which she founded in 2010 for the purpose of advancing PFO science and improving...
The results of a CTTI study assessing how clinical trial quality is monitored in the U.S. was published online today in the journal Clinical Trials .
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CTTI will report on the progress and results of several key projects at the Society for Clinical Trials (SCT) annual meeting taking place on May 16 - 18, 2011, in Vancouver, Canada.
On Tuesday, May 17, team leads will present the results of a research project to improve safety reporting to IND investigators, including primary research findings, patient perspectives, and expert panel conclusions. A representative from FDA will discuss the implications of the new FDA premarketing safety reporting requirements in this context.
On Wednesday, May 18, there will be a CTTI panel...
CTTI has issued its first set of recommendations aimed at improving clinical trials.
The summary report from the October 2010 meeting on "Developing Effective Quality Systems in Clinical Trials: An Enlightened Approach" is now available. At this meeting a group of experts discussed approaches to quality management of clinical trials that would support more efficient strategies to monitoring.
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