Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation
CERSI Scholars Program
The Yale-Mayo Clinic CERSI is pleased to announce that 8 individuals have been chosen to be part of the 2017 CERSI Scholars Program to support regulatory science research that addresses the mission of the FDA. Each Scholar will present his/her work during a monthly seminar series (schedule available here).
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CERSI Grand Round Series
Title: “Therapeutic and Economic Effects of Efficacy-Based Drug Withdrawals: The Drug Efficacy Study Initiative and its Manifold Legacies”
Held: Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Speaker: Daniel Carpenter - Allie S. Freed Professor of Government in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Director of Social Sciences at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University
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CERSI YouTube Channel
Please visit our YouTube page to view lectures and webinars given by the Yale-Mayo Clinic CERSI community.
Title: "Real World" Evidence: Beyond Randomized Controlled Trials
Held: Thursday, September 21, 2017
M. Hassan Murad, MD
Professor of Medicine
- To discuss the concept of real world evidence and implications to policy and learning health systems
- To evaluate the available approaches and frameworks for combining evidence from observational studies and randomized trials
- To determine the impact of adding observational evidence on certainty in the evidence
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Workshop and Lecture Series
The CERSI Workshop and Lecture Series presents current research and advancements in regulatory science related to pre-clinical evaluation of safety and efficacy of medical products, emerging technologies, and assessing diverse data sets through information sciences to improve health outcomes.
Lectures are presented by scientists from the CERSI academic institutions or collaborators of CERSI investigators.
Workshops are held collaboratively between FDA and CERSI academic institutions, or held by those individual universities.