Course Details

Course Agenda

Learning Objectives

The course will cover a wide range of topics in Alzheimer’s Research and Clinical Trial Design.

Position

trainees to secure IRB approval, funding, or other necessary milestones toward performance of a clinical trial

Facilitate

career choices toward ADRD research for investigators

Increase

the pipeline of qualified investigators of diverse professional and demographic backgrounds for the future of ADRD research

After completing this course, Professionals Track attendees should be able to:

Identify

the different populations enrolled in ADRD trials and the different purposes of clinical trials in each

Describe

the ethical and logistical challenges to successful clinical trials

Understand

the urgent need to diversify the populations enrolled in ADRD clinical trials

After completing this course, Fellowship Track attendees should be able to:

Make

essential choices and write an acceptable protocol sufficient for conduct and regulatory approval at any phase of development

Critically evaluate

scientific literature describing interventional research

Identify

the optimal design for a clinical trial based on the population under study, the scientific question, and the intervention type

Describe

the team science approach to clinical trial design, conduct, analysis, and reporting

CME Information

CME credits will be offered through the USC Office of Continuing Medical Education.

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