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KyungMann Kim, PhD
KyungMann Kim, PhD, is Professor of Biostatistics and Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He serves as Director of the Clinical Trials Program in the Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics. He is PD/PI of the Cancer Prevention Clinical Trial Network Data Management, Auditing, and Coordinating Center (CP-CTNet DMACC). His main research interest is in statistical methods for clinical trials including group sequential methods for interim analysis, survival analysis and analysis of longitudinal and repeated measures data, and applications in cancer, cardiovascular disease, and healthcare-associated infections among others. He has served on advisory panels, including two Federal Advisory Committees, study sections for NIH, VA and PCORI, and numerous data monitoring committees for the NIH, VA, DOD, and biopharmaceutical and medical device industry. He is an elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association (2005), the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2012), and the Society for Clinical Trials (2012), for contributions in statistical science and clinical trials methodology, professional services to government, industry and professional organizations, and leadership role at the national and international level.
Kelly Miller, BS, CCRC
Kelly Miller has 24+ years of experience conducting, managing and coordinating clinical trials sponsored by the NIH. She has been a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) with the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) since 2003.
Bridget Dermody, BS
Ms. Dermody works with Ms. Miller in planning for and managing the day-to-day activities of the CP-CTNet DMACC as well as providing logistical support for the annual investigator meeting.
Jennifer Zaborek, MS
Ms. Zaborek is a Master’s level statistician who works with Dr. Kim on quality assurance and preparation and transfer of the limited data set for the CP-CTNet DMACC. She serves as statistical data manager and analyst for cross-Network trials and assists the Clinical Trials Auditing Unit with sampling of cases for Patient Case Review. She has been instrumental in AQuIP (Accrual Quality Improvement Program) visualizations. She also reviews CP-CTNet protocols and SVARs.
Tom Havighurst, MS
Mr. Havighurst is a master’s level statistician with over 25 years of experience. He has worked with Dr. Kim for many years on many projects and most recently completed the data analyses needed for internal reports (e.g., recruitment, performance, capitation) and for data and safety monitoring reports, as well as participated as an analyst for study papers. He served as the primary data analyst for the INVESTED trial.
Keith Wanta, BS
Mr. Wanta is a 15 year medical software professional with experience in clinical data models, data warehousing, software application development, and automated workflow testing and ontology management. He will work with Dr. Kim on quality assurance of electronic data capture (EDC) workflows.
Jens Eickhoff, PhD
Dr. Eickhoff is a senior level statistician and works with Dr. Kim on matters related to clinical trials methodology, especially in early phase clinical trials, and biostatistics. He participates in advising the early phase cancer prevention clinical trial development at the
CP-CTNet Sites and work with the CP-CTNet UG1 statisticians. In addition, he will serve as an unblinded statistician for cross-Network clinical trials and will support the data monitoring committee responsible for CPCTNet cross-Network clinical trials. Dr. Eickhoff has been responsible for supporting phase I cancer drug development program at the UW Carbone Cancer Center since 2004.
Guanhua Chen, PhD
Dr. Chen does research with a focus on precision medicine. He will contribute statistical expertise in the development of CP-CTNet protocols especially as they may involve precision oncology.
Barbara Wollmer, RN, BSN
Ms. Wollmer serves as Co-Manager for the Clinical Trials Auditing Unit and performs on-site and remote audits of all CP-CTNet clinical trials. She will also provide training for other auditors.
Yeonhee Park, PhD
Dr. Park’s research interests include: Bayesian Statistics, Biomarker Discover, and Clinical Trials. She will contribute statistical expertise in the development of CP-CTNet protocols.
Michael Lasarev, MS
Lu Mao, PhD
Dr. Mao’s Research Interests: Causal inference, missing or censored data, semiparametric theory, clinical trials, statistical learning in medical studies, diagnostic radiology, and cardiovascular disease.