In This Webinar...
The use of real-world evidence in clinical trial design is a hot topic, but what does the current landscape really look like? Are there downsides to using real-world evidence in designing clinical trials? And what role does technology play in incorporating real-world evidence into trial design? This panel discussion will be a lively exchange featuring McKinsey & Company Partner Ivan Ostojic, PhD, MSc and Calum MacRae, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School Professor and Vice-Chair for Scientific Innovation, Department of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The session will explore how real-world evidence can help shape successful clinical trials and avoid failed clinical trials, as well as how real-world evidence can be used to gain regulatory approvals.
- The current landscape of clinical trials using real-world evidence
- Pros and cons of using real-world evidence in designing clinical trials
- Role of technology in incorporating real-world evidence into clinical trial design
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to understand:
- Explain the current landscape of clinical trials using real-world evidence
- Define the latest advancements in technology that support the use of real-world evidence in clinical trial design
- Understand how to leverage real-world evidence in gaining regulatory approvals
- Toby Sayre, MS, Executive Vice President, Product & Client Partnerships, Dr.Evidence
- Calum A. MacRae, MD, PhD, Director, One Brave Idea | Vice-Chair for Scientific Innovation, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital | Professor, Harvard Medical School
- Ivan Ostojic, PhD, MSc, Partner, McKinsey & Company