Samuel Yoon, BS, BA
Doctor of Medicine Candidate, Yale School of Medicine
Project Title: Systemic Review of Research Studies that Examined the Reliability of a Surrogate Endpoint as Compared to a Clinical Outcome Measure in Chronic Diseases
Sam Yoon is a medical student at the Yale School of Medicine. His research interests broadly include clinical trial design, regulation of therapeutics, and the incentives that drive biomedical innovation. His CERSI Scholars project seeks to evaluate the evidence surrounding the use of surrogate endpoints as predictors of clinical outcomes in chronic diseases.