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Welcome to the Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials

The mission of the Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials (CCCT) is the coordination of large multi-center controlled clinical trials. The goal of the Center is to identify important public health problems and design large clinical trials to study the efficacy of appropriate interventions, including the collection, management, reporting, and interpretation of study findings. 

The goals of the Center are to identify important health problems; design large clinical trials to study the efficacy of appropriate interventions; collect, report and interpret study findings; and contribute to medical, statistical, and clinical trials knowledge.

Research areas of the Center:

  • Hypertension - detection, treatment and outcomes
  • Hypercholesterolemia - detection, treatment, and outcomes
  • Genetics of hypertension
  • Cost-effectiveness of hypertension and hypercholesterolemia
  • Heart failure - detection and validation
  • Long-term natural history of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP)
  • Effects of cryotherapy ROP on outcome of patients with ROP
  • Effects of earlier treatment with retinal ablative therapy for ROP
  • Long-term ophthalmological outcomes in premature infants treated with retinal ablative therapy for ROP 
  • Screening for ROP
  • Health related quality of life in children who were premature
  • Development and application of risk model in the management of ROP
  • Stopping rules in clinical trials

 

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