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Editors-in-Chief: Oliver Keene, Lisa LaVange and Gerd Rosenkranz
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 45/119 (Statistics & Probability); 201/254 (Pharmacology & Pharmacy)
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PSI's Pharmaceutical Statistics Journal Club
The most recent Journal Club, sponsored by Wiley, covered two hot topics; the use of historical control data and data transparency. The event took place on 17 July 2014 with two speakers presenting their papers, Kert Viele (Berry Consultants) and Sara Hughes (GlaxoSmithKline)
Chair: Christine Fletcher, Amgen
Discussant: Andy Grieve, Aptiv Solutions
Speaker: Kert Viele, Berry Consultants
Use of historical control data for assessing treatment effects in clinical trials
Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 13, Issue 1, January/February 2014
Speaker: Sara Hughes, GlaxoSmithKline
Preparing individual patient data from clinical trials for sharing: the GlaxoSmithKline approach
Pharmaceutical Statistics, Volume 13, Issue 3, May/June 2014
Full details are available at http://www.psiweb.org/journalclub.
We are delighted to welcome Gerd Rosenkranz as one of three Editors-in-Chief of Pharmaceutical Statistics. After completing an MSc in mathematics and physics, Gerd joined the departments of Biostatistics and Mathematical Modeling at the German Cancer Research Center and received a PhD in mathematics.
He has more that 25 years experience within the pharmaceutical industry, from pre-clinical research work at Hoechst (now Sanofi-Aventis) to clinical development (vaccines, oncology, and recently neuroscience) at Sandoz/Novartis in Basel. He has also published in the areas of safety analysis and missing data, among other topics.
Teacher's Corner Papers
A course in constructing effective displays of data for pharmaceutical research personnel
Thomas E. Bradstreet, Michael L. Nessly, Thomas H. Short
Structured approach to the elicitation of expert beliefs for a Bayesian-designed clinical trial: a case study
Nelson Kinnersley, Simon Day
Sample sizes for trials involving multiple correlated must-win comparisons
Steven A. Julious, Nikki E. McIntyre