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Members of OCTRU attended this weeks 4th International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference and Society for Clinical Trials 38th Annual Meeting in Liverpool

The meeting provided a wonderful opportunity to discuss and reflect on the achievements of trials methodology research across a variety of disease areas as well as future priorities.

CSM and OCTRU had three oral presentations (Gavin Reilly, Sally Hopewell and Melina Dritsaki), one workshop (Sally Hopewell) and five posters (Susan Dutton, Bethan Copsey, Virginia Chiocchia, Lei Clifton and Karan Vadher).

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