COTA is honored to have contributed to three abstracts accepted for poster presentation at the American Society of Hematology’s 64th Annual Meeting, which cover a range of hematologic cancers. These studies focus on patient- and clinician-reported performance status in Multiple Myeloma, and real-world treatment patterns among patients with newly diagnosed Acute Myeloid Leukemia in the US.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Google Cloud to use their Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology to help us better understand the unstructured data in cancer patients’ medical records.
This is a key part of our mission to provide the most comprehensive cancer care possible by leveraging the latest advances in data science and technology.
When it comes to cancer, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions out there. But the one thing is for certain: cancer can affect anyone, at any time, and from any background. Hear from one of our own about their battle with breast cancer and how early detection helped them defeat cancer.
It’s Not All about the Benjamins – Other Hurdles Presented by Research Participation, and why Payment won’t Resolve Them￼
C.K. Wang discusses payment for research participation in this exploratory workshop hosted by the Office for Human Research Protections in the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
Every September, the healthcare, life sciences, and patient advocacy communities mark Blood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to focus on raising awareness about leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and other cancers that affect the blood or bone marrow.
In this new blog series from COTA and Deloitte, we will explore the expanding role of real-world data in oncology.
COTA’s Summer Internship Program provides an opportunity for college students to explore their career interests, learn new skills, and receive mentorship from experts in the field. This year’s interns come from a variety of backgrounds and majors, and are working in a number of different areas within COTA.
After working at one of the world’s leading global clinical research organizations, Noel joins us to continue his work advocating for patients and helping to advance therapeutic and diagnostic options for all.
COTA President & CEO, Miruna Sasu, gave a keynote speech at the DIA 2022 Global Annual Meeting on healthcare disparities. She shared her personal story of how her family benefited from clinical trials and how she is now working to open those opportunities for others.
COTA Research Showcased High Concordance Rate Between Real-World Physician Response Assessment & the 2017 European LeukemiaNet (ELN) Criteria for Acute Myeloid Leukemia at EHA2022
COTA researchers and collaborators’s recent abstract in the European Hematology Association’s library, found that overall agreement between response categories was 65.1% among AML data.