Conducting Sarcoma Research
The ASSG is committed to facilitating access for all Australian sarcoma patients to a diverse range of well-designed clinical research studies, where the knowledge that is generated will have a substantial international impact on outcomes in this disease. The ASSG research programme comprises clinical trials, familial studies, supportive care initiatives and data analysis reviews.
The Centre for Biostatistics and Clinical Trials (BaCT) at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Peter Mac) assists the ASSG with design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of cancer clinical trials, retrospective studies and other clinical and laboratory cancer research data. BaCT has been established at the Peter Mac for over 30 years and is one of two comprehensive cancer clinical trial centres in Australia.
BaCT primarily supports investigator driven research via the provision of high quality biostatistical and data management support to oncology researchers; collaboration with collaborative groups in clinical trials, including Phase I trials, translational research programs and supportive care; and biostatistical and clinical trial methodological research [read more].
Last update: 22-Jul-2011 11:25 AM