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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : Endpoint related issues (Alexandre MEBAZAA)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012:HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOPLEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALSChairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USAWebcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRADecreasing the very high mortality and rate of re-hospitalization associated with acute worsening HF is one of the most important unmet needs in cardiovascular medicine. Despite positive signals in Phase II studies, no drug has proven to reduce the appallingly high mortality or readmission rates. The reasons for these ‘failed’ trials are multiple, including the adequacy of candidate drugs, dosing, patient selection and disease ...
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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : PRONTO (Frank PEACOCK)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012:HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOPLEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALSChairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USAWebcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRADecreasing the very high mortality and rate of re-hospitalization associated with acute worsening HF is one of the most important unmet needs in cardiovascular medicine. Despite positive signals in Phase II studies, no drug has proven to reduce the appallingly high mortality or readmission rates. The reasons for these ‘failed’ trials are multiple, including the adequacy of candidate drugs, dosing, patient selection and disease ...
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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : Execution issues (Mihai GHEORGHIADE)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012:HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOPLEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALSChairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USAWebcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRADecreasing the very high mortality and rate of re-hospitalization associated with acute worsening HF is one of the most important unmet needs in cardiovascular medicine. Despite positive signals in Phase II studies, no drug has proven to reduce the appallingly high mortality or readmission rates. The reasons for these ‘failed’ trials are multiple, including the adequacy of candidate drugs, dosing, patient selection and disease ...
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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : ASTRONAUT (Aldo MAGGIONI)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012:HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOPLEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALSChairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USAWebcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRADecreasing the very high mortality and rate of re-hospitalization associated with acute worsening HF is one of the most important unmet needs in cardiovascular medicine. Despite positive signals in Phase II studies, no drug has proven to reduce the appallingly high mortality or readmission rates. The reasons for these ‘failed’ trials are multiple, including the adequacy of candidate drugs, dosing, patient selection and disease ...
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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : RELAX-HF (Michael FELKER)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012:HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOPLEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALSChairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USAWebcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRADecreasing the very high mortality and rate of re-hospitalization associated with acute worsening HF is one of the most important unmet needs in cardiovascular medicine. Despite positive signals in Phase II studies, no drug has proven to reduce the appallingly high mortality or readmission rates. The reasons for these ‘failed’ trials are multiple, including the adequacy of candidate drugs, dosing, patient selection and disease ...
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Cardiovascular Clinical Trialists (CVCT) Forum – Paris 2012 - Lunch Session 3 : Regulatory viewpoint (Yuki ANDO)

MODIGLIANI Lunch Debate Session 3 - Saturday December 1st, 2012:HEART FAILURE TRIALISTS WORKSHOPLEARNING FROM RECENT TRIALS AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEART FAILURE TRIALSChairpersons: Alexandre MEBAZAA, Paris, FRA - Christopher O’CONNOR, Durham, USAWebcast: Daniela DOBRE, Nancy, FRADecreasing the very high mortality and rate of re-hospitalization associated with acute worsening HF is one of the most important unmet needs in cardiovascular medicine. Despite positive signals in Phase II studies, no drug has proven to reduce the appallingly high mortality or readmission rates. The reasons for these ‘failed’ trials are multiple, including the adequacy of candidate drugs, dosing, patient selection and disease ...
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2013 - Vision et regard - Du regard à l'interaction : l'apport de la robotique développementale

Phillippe Gaussier est professeur à l'université de cergy-Pontoise où il dirige un groupe de neurocybernétique au sein de l’UMR CNRS 8051.Ses recherches utilisent les robots comme modèles et outils pour étudier la cohérence et la dynamique de différents modèles cognitifs (approche écologique et développementale de la cognition). Elles concernent d’une part la modélisation des mécanismes cognitifs impliqués dans la perception visuelle, la navigation, la sélection de l’action et d’autre part l’étude de la dynamique des interactions entre individus.Philippe Gaussier a été membre de l’Institut Universitaire de France de 2005 à 2010.Explorer et reconnaître une scène visuelle est une question complexe ...
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Des ateliers TICE de l’INPT à l’édition de Ressources Pédagogiques Numériques ouvertes : un cercle vertueux / Olivier Thual, Nicolas Henriet

Des ateliers TICE de l’INPT à l’édition de Ressources Pédagogiques Numériques ouvertes : un cercle vertueux / Olivier Thual, Nicolas Henriet. In Colloque "PédagoTICE 2013" organisé par la Direction des Technologies de l’Information et Communication pour l’Enseignement (DTICE) de l’Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail et le Service interUniversitaire de Pédagogie (SiUP) de l’Université de Toulouse. Toulouse, 13 juin 2013.Un premier retour d'expérience sur les ateliers TICE de l'INP Toulouse, permet de dégager des pistes pour inciter un nombre croissant d'enseignants à développer, utiliser et publier des ressources pédagogiques numériques. Ces ateliers couvrent un large éventail d'aspects relatifs à la conception et ...
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Methodological considerations in the study of sociophonetic variation in an underdocumented minority language: Somali Bantu Kizigua as a case study / Holman Tse

Methodological considerations in the study of sociophonetic variation in an underdocumented minority language: Somali Bantu Kizigua as a case study / Holman Tse, in colloque "Variation et variabilité dans les Sciences du langage : analyser, mesurer, contextualiser", organisé par le Comité d'organisation des Journées d'Études Toulousaines (JETOU), en collaboration avec les laboratoires CLESS-ERSS, Octogone, dont le laboratoire Jacques Lordat, et le Centre Pluridisciplinaire de Sémiotique Textuelle, Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 16-17 mai 2013. *Prix Jétou 2013 pour la meilleure communication orale.This paper presents an example of how research can be done on sociophonetic variation within a community of speakers of ...
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