Understanding Biomarker Science: From Molecules to Images
Posted December 22, 2011
Understanding Biomarker Science: From Molecules To Images is a two-day course and has four main components, all focusing on T1 translational work. Block 1 addresses the fundamental concepts in biomarker research. Block 2 discusses safety, efficacy, and surrogacy biomarkers; imaging is addressed in each category. Block 3 includes three “how to” sessions from a regulatory science, biostatistical, and clinical research perspective. Block 4 concludes with the next generation of biomarkers.
If you wish to attend the course, apply here by 5:00 p.m. on January 20, 2012.
For more information, contact Erica Lawlor (E-mail, 617-432-1054)
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This course is a product of the Postgraduate Education in C/T Science Program at Harvard Catalyst | The Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center, supported by a National Institutes of Health Clinical and Translational Science Award and by commitments from its partner organizations.
The Postgraduate Education in C/T Science Program provides comprehensive opportunities for postgraduate clinical & translational education including courses, online resources, mentored research, and masters programs.