25 years of Bayesian methods in the pharmaceutical industry: a personal, statistical bummel

Authors

  • Andrew P. Grieve

    Corresponding author
    1. King's College London, Department of Public Health Sciences, London, UK
    • King's College London, Department of Public Health Sciences, Weston Street, London, EC1 3QD, UK
    Search for more papers by this author
    • Part of this work was carried out while the author was a member of the Statistical Research and Consulting Centre, Pfizer Global R&D, Sandwich, Kent, UK.


Abstract

Twenty-five years ago the use of Bayesian methods in Pharmaceutical R&D was non-existent. Today that is no longer true. In this paper I describe my own personal journey along the road of discovery of Bayesian methods to routine use in the pharmaceutical industry. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Ancillary