• By ICR Secretariat
  • Posted Thursday, August 9, 2018

The Interpretation of Clinical Laboratory Data in Safety Studies

The Interpretation of Clinical Laboratory Data in Safety Studies

By Alan Craig

“This monograph provides an excellent background to the subject covering topics such as factors that influence interpretation, analytical variation and reference ranges. There is a succinct and very useful appraisal of the different laboratory tests commonly measured in clinical studies on a system/ organ basis, followed by helpful sections on issues such as test selection, data analysis and presentation. Alan has real enthusiasm for his specialist subject and is an excellent communicator and teacher. I strongly recommend this monograph to anyone working on the safety aspects of clinical studies.”

John Talbot, AstraZeneca and Editor of Stephens’ Detection of New Adverse Drug Reactions, 5th ed., Wiley 2004

Alan is actively involved with the institute in a number of areas, such as lecturing, and it’s with great privilege that we publish this excellent monograph, which I’m sure will become an important reference manual to anyone who needs information on laboratory tests used in clinical studies.

Published 2008.


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