SESSION I: BENEFITS OF SHARING CLINICAL RESEARCH DATA

Session Objectives:

•   Provide an overview of the benefits of sharing clinical research data, specifically clinical trial data, and discuss advantages and disadvantages of sharing participant- versus summary-level data from individual trials as well as pooling data across multiple studies.

•   Consider examples of scientific success stories that illustrate what can be accomplished when clinical trial data are shared.

8:40 a.m.

Background and Session Objectives

WILLIAM POTTER, Session Co-Chair

Co-Chair Emeritus

Neuroscience Steering Committee

Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH)

Biomarkers Consortium

DEBORAH ZARIN, Session Co-Chair

Director, ClinicalTrials.gov

National Library of Medicine

National Institutes of Health

8:50 a.m.

Fundamentals and Benefits of Sharing Participant-Level Clinical Trial Data

ELIZABETH LODER

Clinical Epidemiology Editor, BMJ

9:10 a.m.

Pooling Data from Multiple Clinical Trials to Answer Big Questions

ROBERT CALIFF

Director, Duke Translational Medicine Institute

Professor of Medicine

Vice Chancellor for Clinical and Translational Research

Duke University Medical Center



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