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Scientific Programs Committee Chair Attends CEC Summit

CSRC Executive Committee member and Scientific Programs Committee Chair Jonathan Seltzer, MD, MBA, MA, attended the inaugural 2018 CEC Summit on September 26-27, 2018. This event, cohosted by the Duke Clinical Research Institute and Stanford Center for Clinical Research, brought together thought leaders from academia, industry, and government to establish consistent standards globally for clinical events classification (CEC) and adjudication in clinical trials.

Over the Edge for Cardiac Safety

Salim Idriss, MD, PhD, principal investigator for CSRC’s Sudden Cardiac Death in the Young initiative, is going Over the Edge for cardiac safety. What does this mean? Dr. Idriss is participating in the 2018 Over the Edge fundraiser on behalf of sudden cardiac death in the young initiatives. On Saturday, October 13, Dr. Idriss and Clare Matti, assistant director of Regulatory Services at the Duke Clinical Research Institute, will rappel 17 stories down the side of the historic 21c Museum Hotel in downtown Durham.

CSRC forms partnership with ACCP

In July 2018, the American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP) and Cardiac Safety Research Consortim announced the signing of a collaborative Memorandum of Understanding (MOA). CSRC and ACCP will work together to develop, plan and conduct various educational events and programs. The partnership will also develop and produce research and policy statements/position papers relevant to the fields of clinical pharmacology and the cardiac and vascular safety of medical products.

CSRC Committee Chair to Moderate at CEC Summit

On September 26-27, 2018 the Duke Clinical Research Institute and the Stanford Center for Clinical Research will cohost a CEC Summit, an exciting new educational event at the Chicago Hilton O'Hare. Thought leaders from academia, industry, and government will be in attendance including CSRC Executive Committee member and Scientific Programs Committee Chair Jonathan Seltzer, MD, MBA, MA, who will serve as a moderator.