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Bayesian Adaptive Trial Design—Dr. Roger Lewis, April 26, 2013



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On Friday, April 26, 2013, Dr. Roger J. Lewis gave a presentation on Bayesian Adaptive Trial Design as part of the BC Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (BCCRIN)’s Visiting Professor Series.

The event, co-hosted by CHÉOS and the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation, took place at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, BC, and was broadcast to various sites across the province via videoconference.

Dr. Lewis grew up in Southern California and completed his undergraduate, medical, and graduate training at Stanford University. Dr. Lewis is currently a Professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the Vice Chair for Academic Affairs in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. His academic interests center on clinical research methodology, including adaptive and Bayesian trial design, and he participates in the design and analysis of many laboratory, clinical, and health services research studies. His areas of interest include adaptive and Bayesian clinical trials; translational, clinical, health services and outcomes research; emergency department crowding and disaster preparedness, interim data analysis; the role and function of data monitoring committees; and difficulties surrounding informed consent in emergency research studies.

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