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“Neuroimaging Data Collection in NIH StrokeNet Clinical Trials” Seminar
August 28, 2019
“Neuroimaging Data Collection in NIH StrokeNet Clinical Trials” Seminar, Dr. Wenle Zhao, Medical University of South Carolina
Established in 2014, the NIH StrokeNet is designed to conduct large multicenter clinical trials for stroke acute treatment, recovery, and prevention. The Data Coordination Unit at the Medical University of South Carolina is the National Data Management Center for the StrokeNet, managing 8 concurrent stroke trials today. Most of these trials involve neuroimaging for eligibility and efficacy outcome assessments. This talk will present measures implemented for fast file uploading, PHI data cleaning, and neuroimaging central read and scoring, and wishes for automated neuroimaging processing.
About the speaker:
Dr. Zhao is a research professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina. He obtained his BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering at Zhejiang University, China, and his PhD in Biostatistics at MUSC. His research interest covers subject randomization algorithm in clinical trials and integrated information system for clinical trial data and operation management.