McGill University, Quebec
Danuta Radzioch has been a member of “Infection and Immunity Global Health Axis and Medical Genetics and Genomics Axis within the Centre for the Translational Biology and Centre for Innovative Medicine” at the McGill University Health Centre. She brings expertise in molecular biology, host-pathogen interactions, mouse models and translational medicine. She is a Fulbright Scholar, a recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including several career awards and research grants from FRSQ, Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), US Department of Defense (DoD) and the American Asthma Foundation-Sandler Program for Asthma Research (SPAR; Senior Investigator Award) and Quebec Consortium for Drug Discovery (CQDM). Following postdoctoral training at the National Cancer Institute, NIH she has joined Faculty of Medicine at McGill in 1989 and since 2003 is a full Professor at the Department of Medicine and Human Genetics. She has held positions on review boards of several granting agencies. She is a co-founder of Laurent Pharmaceutical Inc. and serves as a Scientific Officer at the Scientific Advisory Board of Laurent Pharmaceutical Inc. She is the co-author of 169 scientific papers, 180 abstracts, several book chapters, and several patents.
Abstract : Importance of characterization of variation in the secondary endpoint measures prior to the trial: A key to a successful outcome of phase 1 trial and progression to a phase 2 stage of the study