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The primary research interests of Qian Shi, Ph.D., are in the area of the conduct and methodology of clinical trials in cancer. Dr. Shi works to develop innovative statistical study design to run more efficient clinical trials that deliver effective, novel treatments to patients with cancer. Additional areas of active research include evaluation and methodology of surrogate endpoints, meta-analyses of individual patient data from a large collection of clinical trials, survival analysis, and prognostic and predictive biomarker analysis.
The research conducted by Dr. Shi contributes to an increased understanding of tumor genetics and patient factors that make disease more or less aggressive, and provides innovations in conducting oncology clinical trials. When successful, the clinical trials that Dr. Shi participates in directly contribute to new treatment options for patients with cancer.
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