Article | April 26, 2021

5 Key Takeaways: Insights On Alternative Designs To The Traditional 3+3 Design In Phase 1 Dose Escalation Studies

By Abie Ekangaki and Andreas Schreiner

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Traditionally, Phase 1 trials commonly utilize 3+3 designs to determine the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) and the recommended Phase 2 dose (RP2D). Studies have shown, however, that two out of three trials employing a 3+3 design failed in identifying the MTD, and better approaches are needed.1

During Premier Research’s recent webinar Alternative Designs to the Traditional 3+3 Design in Phase 1 Dose Escalation Studies, Abie Ekangaki, Vice President, Statistical Consulting, and Andreas Schreiner, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Neuroscience & Analgesia, discuss alternative dose-escalation paradigms introduced into the clinical trial landscape for Phase 1 trials. In this blog post, we share five of their key insights on alternative dose escalation strategies for Phase 1 studies.

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