GS21 1011 Seminars in Clinical Cancer Research
Freireich, Emil. One semester hour. Fall annually. Prerequisite: none
This course is designed to extend the students knowledge in the treatment of cancer by examining topics in cancer therapy development. The course will introduce concepts in clinical research trial design including the design of Phase I, II, and III clinical trials. Research ethics, data analysis, and new strategies in clinical trial design such as adaptive randomization will be covered. Finally, a broad overview of cancer biology and innovative treatment strategies will be discussed.
Seminars in Clinical Cancer Research is a companion seminar series to Translational Sciences: Bench to Bedside and Back (GS21 1232) and Translational Cancer Research (GS21 1613). It is recommended, but not mandatory, that students taking Seminars in Clinical Cancer Research also take Translational Sciences: Bench to Bedside and Back (GS21 1232) or Translational Cancer Research (GS21 1613).