Washington University in St. Louis
Data Coordinating Center
Polycystic Kidney Disease Studies
Bae, Principal Investigator; J. Philip Miller, Biostatistics Director) This clinical trial uses imaging techniques to track the
progress of Polycystic Kidney Disease. Under the guidance of J. Philip
Miller, the Division of Biostatistics will develop a Web based data entry system and handle
the data management tasks. They will work closely with the ERL and the
Division of Radiology to track the progress of the clinical centers and
develop reports for the study centers, the NIH, and the Monitoring Board.
(J. Philip Miller, Principal Investigator) In conjunction with Emory University, Mayo Clinic, Tufts University/New England Medical Center,
and the University of Colorado in Denver, HALT PKD clinical trials will test interventions that may slow kidney
growth in patients diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease.
The Data Coordinating Center, under the guidance of J. Philip Miller,
will develop a Web based data entry system and will be responsible for data management, tracking
recruitment and adverse events, overseeing data collection, and reporting.5>
For more information on these studies, contact Professor J. Philip Miller.