CROS NT Announces CROS Academy Autumn 2015 Schedule of Biostatistics Courses

logo-CROS-ACADEMY-ok-300x10712 June 2015 (Maidenhead, United Kingdom) – CROS NT today announced the autumn 2015 schedule for its biostatistics training courses organized under the CROS Academy brand name. CROS Academy is the training branch of CROS NT that offers a series of classroom trainings, in-house courses and webinars from expert statisticians and clinical professionals within the CROS NT organization.

CROS Academy is offering various dates for its renowned “Introduction to Adaptive Trial Design” course which sold out twice in spring period.

After five years of successfully running courses in Europe, CROS Academy is bringing its biostatistics courses to the United States for the first time this fall.

Date Location Course Title & Instructor
Monday, 21 September 2015 Boston, MA, USA Introduction To Adaptive Trial Design
Friday, 25 September 2015 King of Prussia, PA, USA Introduction to Adaptive Trial Design
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 Paris, France Introduction to Adaptive Trial Design – 3rd Edition
Thursday, 08 October 2015 Copenhagen, Denmark Statistical Considerations in Oncology Trials
Thursday, 21 October 2015 London, United Kingdom Adaptive Trial Design for Oncology Studies
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 Vienna, Austria Introduction to Adaptive Trial Design

Thomas Zwingers, CROS NT’s Head of Statistical Consultancy, is set to be the instructor for CROS Academy’s upcoming courses. He has been working in the clinical trial environment for over 35 years in project team management and statistical analysis and ran his own biometrics CRO in Germany for 20 years. He has particular expertise in Adaptive Trial Design, especially for oncology studies, and Non-Inferiority Trials.

Course brochures and registration links will be available soon.

To reserve a spot now, write to us at

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In its 23rd year, CROS NT collects, analyzes and reports clinical trial data. We are an international Contract Research Organization specialized in clinical data services including Biostatistics methodology, programming and analysis, Clinical Data Management, Medical Writing and Clinical Technologies (EDC, ePRO, IWRS, CTMS). Our clients include Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Medical Device and Academic Sponsors. We offer value by centralizing clinical data for a program of studies. We maximize re-use from previous studies, standardize data formats, and provide a consistent team and real-time data visualization. Overall we enhance quality and provide savings up to 40%. We provide the flexibility to work on a project by project basis or to allocate teams for a program of work.