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About the Webinar

Examining the Relationship between both Cardiovascular and Oncology Events in Clinical Trials

In this webinar, Dr. Richard Lee, Clinical Co-Director, The Claire and John Bertucci Center for Genitourinary Cancers Assistant Physician, Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Dr. Jonathan Seltzer, Executive Director, Cardiac Safety Research Consortium, Former CEO and Founder of WCG ACI Clinical will examine the relationship between CV and Oncology Events in Clinical Trials.

Our speakers offer expert insights on:

  • Assessing Cardiovascular Safety Events in Oncology Trials
  • Assessing Oncology Events during trials evaluating cardiovascular outcomes
  • Current activities and strategies to improve adverse event reporting in clinical trials as it relates to Endpoint Adjudication

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Meet the Speakers

Richard Lee, MD, PhD

Dr. Lee is a medical oncologist and a cutting-edge researcher. After completing a bachelor’s and a master’s degree at Harvard, Dr. Lee then completed his medical school and graduate school (PhD) training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, in the Bronx, New York. He came to Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) for internal medicine residency training and then completed medical oncology fellowship training through the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / MGH joint program. During that time, he performed basic science research at the Whitehead Institute of MIT. He has specific expertise in bladder cancer; prostate cancer; renal cancer; and testicular, penile and genitourinary cancers.

Jonathan Seltzer, MD, FACCC

Dr. Seltzer is a recognized leader in cardiac safety, Endpoint Adjudication Committees and Data and Safety Monitoring Committees. Currently, he serves as Executive Director of the Cardiac Safety Research Consortium, an FDA public-private partnership. He has chaired and served as a committee member for scores of protocols, and has functioned as an advisor for dozens more. Dr. Seltzer is a cardiologist, receiving his medical training at universities of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland and Chicago.