Article | March 1, 2021

Selecting Your Next Clinical Trial Design Using Quantitative Decision Methods

Source: Cytel

By Yannis Jemiai, Chief Scientific Officer, Cytel

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C-Suite and R&D Decision-Makers are always striving to make evidence-driven decisions. Yet the rules by which evidence is evaluated can bias these decisions, even when the method of decision-making seems objective. Our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Yannis Jemiai, has worked extensively on how to operationalize decision theoretic tools for clinical development decision-making. Here he introduces three quantitative frameworks that life-sciences decision-makers can quickly incorporate into their selection process when selecting an optimal design for their next clinical trial.

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