Course Description: Lecture, three hours; discussion, two hours. Requisites: courses 100A, 100B. Design of studies in animals to assess anti-tumor response; randomization, historical controls, p-values, size of study, and stratification in human experimentation; various types of controls; prognostic factors, survivor-ship studies, and design of prognostic studies; organization of clinical trials -- administration, comparability, protocols, clinical standards, data collection and management. S/U (option only for non-majors) or letter grading.
Note: Biostat 410 is offered every other year (Spring 2015, Spring 2017, ...)