Success in Clinical Trials Through Mentorship and Multidisciplinary Team Building Podcast
Join Dr. AlHilli as she interviews Dr. Amanda Nickles Fader, addressing specific questions of mentorship, rare disease in gynecologic oncology, and conducting - as well as having success in - clinical trials. Dr. Fader also discusses the SGO BRIDGES Research Initiative: a new, longitudinal clinical trials workshop for early-career investigators with the aim of developing the next generation of trialists who will lead investigator-initiated and cooperative group gynecologic cancer clinical studies. It is designed to bridge the gap between translational scientists and clinical trialists in gynecologic oncology by providing formal training for young investigators in clinical trial design, connecting participants with expert mentors, and supporting the development of novel clinical trials.
This episode was created by Mariam AlHilli, MD, a member of the SGO Education Committee's Clinical Trials Management/Concepts Subcommittee. Thanks to Dr. Fader for your contribution to this episode.
Moderator: Mariam AlHilli, MD
Speaker: Amanda Nickles Fader, MD
Keywords: clinical trials, success in clinical trials, SGO BRIDGES Research Initiative, mentorship, conducting clinical trials and rare disease in gynecologic oncology,Dr. Amanda Fader