Amy L. Whitehead's abstract selected for the 36th Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials

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Amy L. Whitehead (ScHARR PGR student attached to DTS)  had her abstract “Designing Randomised Controlled Trials based on Pilot Trials: Statistical Issues and Challenges” selected as a finalist for the 2015 Thomas C Chalmers Student Scholarship at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials, 17-20 May in Arlington, Virginia, USA.

Amy will have the conference fee waived and have her travel and living expenses paid. The student judged to have the best paper will receive the Thomas C Chalmers Student Scholarship and a $500 cash award.

The paper that the presentation is based on will be published in the Statistical Methods in Medical Research shortly - Whitehead, Julious, Cooper and Campbell (2015) ' DOI:10.1177/0962280215588241.

Amy's supervisors are Professor Steven Julious and Professor Cindy Cooper.