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Oncology

The Oncology training program is designed for those who are looking to gain more experience and knowledge in the field of Oncology. The program is designed to provide an effective academic clinical practicum with a unique training opportunity to develop in drug development.

Program Overview: The program is designed for those who are interested in acquiring the knowledge and skills related to clinical trial design and execution from the perspective of the pharmaceutical industry. Students will gain real-world experience in drug development, including clinical research, clinical trial design and data analysis.

Program Topics
  • Historical Perspective of Oncology Clinical Trials

  • PSV/SIV Preparation for Oncology

  • IMV Preparation for Oncology

  • Source Data Review for Oncology

  • End Points in Oncology

  • Toxicity and Dose Modification Monitoring

  • Dose Escalation

  • Establishment of Maximum Tolerated Dose

  • TNM Staging

  • RECIST Criteria

  • CTCAE

  • ECOG

  • Interim Analysis

  • Biomarkers and Surrogate End Point in Clinical Trials

  • Use of Genomics in Clinical Trials

  • Imaging

  • Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics Monitoring in Clinical Trials

  • Drug Evaluation Process in Oncology

  • Oncology Disease Progression Algorithms

  • Management of Laboratory and Biomarker Samples

  • Defining Types of Therapies: Adjuvant, Neoadjuvant, Maintenance, and the Rationale for Combination Therapy; Use of Surgical or Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Cancers

  • Dissection of an Oncology Protocol

  • Understanding Why RECIST 1.1, iRECIST, or PERCIST is Being Used in the Clinical Trial You Are Assigned/Manage

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PROGRAMS AVAILABLE

Oncology Training Program 

2023 Semester Schedule:

  • Semester 1: 18-Sep-2023

  • Semester 2: 04-Dec-2023
     

Duration: 2 weeks (Mon, Wed, Fri for 2 weeks)
 

Must have research experience and looking for deeper understanding of monitoring Oncology Trials.

Oncology training program is designed for those who are looking to gain more experience and knowledge in the field of Oncology. Our trainer has over 6 years of oncology experience and has worked with top oncology institutes including MD Anderson, Harvard, Yale, Sarah Cannon, Princess Margaret, UCLA and many more. 

$1500 due up front 


Oncology Training Program Learning Objectives:

  • Historical Perspective of Oncology Clinical Trials

  • PSV/SIV Preparation for Oncology

  • IMV Preparation for Oncology

  • Source Data Review for Oncology

  • End Points in Oncology

  • Toxicity and Dose Modification Monitoring

  • Dose Escalation

  • Establishment of Maximum Tolerated Dose

  • TNM Staging

  • RECIST Criteria

  • CTCAE

  • ECOG

  • Interim Analysis

  • Biomarkers and Surrogate End Point in Clinical Trials

  • Use of Genomics in Clinical Trials

  • Imaging

  • Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics Monitoring in Clinical Trials

  • Drug Evaluation Process in Oncology

  • Oncology Disease Progression Algorithms

  • Management of Laboratory and Biomarker Samples

  • Defining Types of Therapies: Adjuvant, Neoadjuvant, Maintenance, and the Rationale for Combination Therapy; Use of Surgical or Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Cancers

  • Dissection of an Oncology Protocol

  • Understanding Why RECIST 1.1, iRECIST, or PERCIST is Being Used in the Clinical Trial You Are Assigned/Manage

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