Clinical Research and Statistics

In Clinical Research, Statistics plays a prominent role in regulatory submissions. Statistics applied to clinical research provide formal accounting for sources of variability in patient’s responses to treatment.  The researchers make use of statistics to form reasonable and accurate inferences from collected data and to make accurate decisions in the presence of uncertainity.  Statistical analysis of  Pharmacovigilance can be achieved by several guidelines mainly ICH guidelines. Adverse Drug Reactions reports can also be considered for the regulatory submission.

  • ICH guidelines for clinical research and its statistics
  • Data mining concepts and techniques
  • Stastical analysis of past pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reactions reports
  • SAS Programing in Clinical Research and Pharmacutical Industry

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4th European Biopharma Congress

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