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Title: Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials for Predictive Medicine
% a1 z* ~5 Q5 K3 jAuthor(s): Shigeyuki Matsui; Marc Buyse; Richard Simon& X, E( e9 j! C& B) u: a6 T
Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC biostatistics series
( Q0 u8 O! |* z1 g3 h. ePublisher: CRC Press
8 b& @4 e% T" K  PCity: Hoboken
, y/ n3 f3 i& h3 l7 d) t  uYear: 2015       
) ^3 _1 s3 J( `- X, [% Y1 F" V9 tLanguage: English        3 @/ y9 G0 A3 x1 G% W" \0 M* }
Pages: 394 p.. X1 d. d- E! d' f
ISBN: 9781466558168, 14665581641 Q: W* h/ [4 E: J: Y# p% ?
Size: 6 MB (6784770 bytes)       
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  • Provides statistical guidance for all stages of clinical trials for predictive medicine
  • Covers all of the main phases in clinical trials for developing molecular diagnostics and therapeutics
  • Presents the state of the art in biostatistics with suggestions for future research topics
  • Includes contributions from key researchers in clinical science and medicine  S6 q5 o; [3 H8 ^, m  y! p, g# J5 n

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4 U- A1 X0 ~8 U: e3 \0 }: tSummary
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( D6 g% I/ ]) p# a+ bDesign and Analysis of Clinical Trials for Predictive Medicine provides statistical guidance on conducting clinical trials for predictive medicine. It covers statistical topics relevant to the main clinical research phases for developing molecular diagnostics and therapeutics—from identifying molecular biomarkers using DNA microarrays to confirming their clinical utility in randomized clinical trials.
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) N( }+ y% \5 d# IThe foundation of modern clinical trials was laid many years before modern developments in biotechnology and genomics. Drug development in many diseases is now shifting to molecularly targeted treatment. Confronted with such a major break in the evolution toward personalized or predictive medicine, the methodologies for design and analysis of clinical trials is now evolving.4 s) U) S6 V/ b# f

* C9 N7 t& v# J5 q2 `: pThis book is one of the first attempts to contribute to this evolution by laying a foundation for the use of appropriate statistical designs and methods in future clinical trials for predictive medicine. It is a useful resource for clinical biostatisticians, researchers focusing on predictive medicine, clinical investigators, translational scientists, and graduate biostatistics students.  G- H/ l6 i8 V) z: \2 g- ^+ X5 h
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" Z- d* Y( x; ITable of Contents
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) l$ m9 v) a  NINTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW
1 A/ [/ e  M2 o8 Y" G  OClinical Trials for Predictive Medicine: New Paradigms and Challenges
% `4 T& _8 y+ ]Richard Simon, Shigeyuki Matsui, and Marc Buyse- ?  O7 ~* M5 h6 X

. p9 v  j  K/ L7 }- ]! I/ cAn Industry Statistician’s Perspective on Personalized Health Care Drug Development8 P: e9 M; o4 C, Q5 e; F
Jane Fridlyand, Ru-Fang Yeh, Howard Mackey, Thomas Bengtsson, Paul Delmar, Greg Spaniolo, and Grazyna Lieberman
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Analytical Validation of In Vitro Diagnostic Tests* g4 i4 `, H( J- t4 e9 n8 ~
Robert Becker, Jr.
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EARLY CLINICAL TRIALS USING BIOMARKERS) H: _" Y( n* g" s
Phase I Dose-Finding Designs and Their Applicability to Targeted Therapies
( c" S8 S* y# S9 PTakashi Daimon, Akihiro Hirakawa, and Shigeyuki Matsui
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An Overview of Phase II Clinical Trial Designs with Biomarkers
1 d2 A) D: D9 [Lisa McShane and Sally Hunsberger
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6 `3 g" z" d( X6 i( t- _5 dBayesian Adaptive Methods for Clinical Trials of Targeted Agents
  e3 q# N4 n5 o% h+ X7 mPeter Thall
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Outcome-Adaptive Randomization in Early Clinical Trials4 ~, j- o; V, W5 t# s5 z  K
Edward Korn and Boris Freidlin" Q. h. S" S2 _
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Challenges of Using Predictive Biomarkers in Clinical Trials
4 w2 [# E( T! ^5 sSumithra Mandrekar and Daniel Sargent
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PHASE III RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIALS USING BIOMARKERS/ y0 ?& I7 A1 U5 B
Comparison of Randomized Clinical Trial Designs for Targeted Agents& e5 u+ {+ H, L& L0 M5 F: o+ C+ f9 `9 @
Antje Hoering, Mike LeBlanc, and John Crowley* H# {9 o* S6 o* f8 Y" O3 X
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Phase III All-Comers Clinical Trials with a Predictive Biomarker( n/ e* u+ Q. ?# }7 n: f, A: k
Shigeyuki Matsui, Yuki Choai, and Takahiro Nonaka
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Evaluation of Clinical Utility and Validation of Gene Signatures in Clinical Trials
! R( A- C# v2 B8 |; P- yStefan Michiels and Federico Rotolo+ O! X% }7 {) f' v( ]# r% {4 t  V. f" e. G
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ANALYSIS OF HIGH-DIMENSIONAL DATA AND GENOMIC SIGNATURE DEVELOPMENTS: [( V: ^; l5 c
Statistical Issues in Clinical Development and Validation of Genomic Signatures. y3 k" f; G, I" |
Shigeyuki Matsui" \6 d. e; Y. X; r& ]
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Univariate Analysis for Gene Screening: Beyond Multiple Testing9 v+ T4 G0 n; y" n
Hisashi Noma and Shigeyuki Matsui6 c) A) o  |5 Y" i  s

( x2 r, I/ }! P( _/ E$ u2 W, }Statistical and Machine-Learning Methods for Class Prediction in High Dimension, W  Q3 K0 ]( n+ g
Osamu Komori and Shinto Eguchi
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6 L% k, b% f- g4 z+ YSurvival Risk Prediction Using High-Dimensional Molecular Data, u' h% R% _2 s8 X
Harald Binder, Thomas Gerds, and Martin Schumacher. G5 d1 G8 P4 Y* G& y0 |

' f6 z0 G4 `" r) m+ f: ORANDOMIZED TRIALS WITH BIOMARKER DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION1 J% ^) d7 G2 J% f3 P
Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs with Biomarker Development and Validation
# @' \( H  j  Z1 z" X3 G2 bBoris Freidlin and Richard Simon
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; q, @7 E: h" bDevelopment and Validation of Continuous Genomic Signatures in Randomized Clinical Trials* U8 X$ [3 W* z9 A1 l" K: j
Shigeyuki Matsui
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, X7 A1 U, Y; O- i2 ?- KEVALUATION OF SURROGATE BIOMARKERS9 J$ O$ o" ^" d
Biomarker-Based Surrogate Endpoints
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- m* S! c. l& k/ E, U# mShigeyuki Matsui is a professor in the Department of Biostatistics at Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan. He is also a visiting professor at the Institute of Statistical Mathematics. Dr. Matsui has served as council and nominating committee member of the International Biometric Society. He is currently council of the Biometric Society of Japan (BSJ) and editor-in-chief of the Japanese Journal of Biometrics. He is the recipient of the 2014 Award from the BSJ. Dr. Matsui is also a frequent reviewer commissioned by government and advisor to pharmaceutical companies in Japan. He holds degrees in engineering from the Tokyo University of Science in Japan./ i9 g) Q7 A6 z$ w+ T
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Marc E. Buyse is the founder of the International Drug Development Institute in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium and of CluePoints Inc. in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is also an associate professor of biostatistics at Hasselt University in Belgium. He was president of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, president of the Quetelet Society, and fellow of the Society for Clinical Trials. He worked at the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer in Brussels and at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. He holds degrees in engineering and statistics from Brussels University, management from the Cranfield School of Management in the UK, and a doctorate in biostatistics from Harvard University., Z5 m- \" _/ z6 U; o* z, m
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Richard M. Simon is chief of the Biometric Research Branch at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. He leads a multidisciplinary group of scientists developing and applying methods for the application of genomics to cancer therapeutics. Dr. Simon is the architect of BRB-ArrayTools software used for the analysis of microarray and digital expression, copy number, and methylation data. He is the recipient of the 2013 Karl E. Peace Award for Outstanding Statistical Contributions for the Betterment of Society and is the author or coauthor of more than 450 publications.. |+ W& ^/ h& W: X& t
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