Essentials of Clinical Research: Research Issues in Cancer

February 22, 2018 @ 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Li Ka Shing Building
291 Campus Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94305
Kiera Larsen

Presenters: Shivaani Kummar, MD, Nam Bui, MD and Nora Ku, MD
Kummar: Professor of Oncology and Radiology Surgery
Bui: Clinical Assistant Professor, Oncology 

HRP273 Essentials of Clinical Research at Stanford, Winter Quarter 2018

We are excited to announce the second annual “Essentials of Clinical Research at Stanford” Winter Quarter! This course, broken into 4 modules, provides a step-by-step model for the design and conduct of clinical research at Stanford. Upon course completion, attendees will have an introduction on how to:

  1. design and analyze clinical studies and prepare protocols,
  2. comply with Good Clinical Practice guidelines for study conduct, data management, and relevant regulations,
  3. understand principles and practices underlying ethical and reproducible research, and
  4. deal with special issues that arise in cancer, pediatric, mental health, surgical, cardiovascular and community health research.

This course is a collaborative effort with Spectrum and the Health Research and Policy department.  Module 4 classes of the Winter Quarter are listed below for your reference. Please join us by clicking here to register and please let us know if you have any questions!

Module 4: Specialty Topics
Day Date Room # Topic Details Speaker
Thurs 15-Feb LK130 Research Issues in Surgery Arden Morris, MD
Thurs 22-Feb LK130 Research Issues in Cancer Clinical trial and regulatory processes for anticancer drug development, early phase trial design, evolving designs for targeted agents and regulatory framework for drug development Shivaani Kummar, MD, Nam Bui, MD and Nora Ku
Thurs 1-Mar LK120 TBD: Pediatrics or Cardiovascular Medicine TBD
Thurs 8-Mar LK120 Research Issues in Community Engagement Rhonda McClinton-Brown and Lisa Goldman Rosas
Thurs 15-Mar G1002 TBD: Pediatrics or Cardiovascular Medicine TBD
Thurs 22-Mar G1002 Research Issues in Psychiatry Ruth O’Hara, PhD