New Oncology Consortia Expand Translational Science Research Offerings

Criterium proudly announces our two newest Oncology Consortia Groups: ATOMIC (The Academic Thoracic Oncology Medical Investigator’s Consortium) focusing on Thoracic and Lung Cancers, and ABRCC (The Academic Breast Cancer Consortium), dedicated to Breast Cancer research. These new consortia consist of a collaboration of outstanding Cancer Research Consortia that deliver innovative research and unparalleled expertise. These two new consortia will join Criterium’s already successful AGICC (the Academic GI Cancer Consortium) directed by Dr. Wells Messersmith, established in 2008, and AMyC (the Academic Myeloma Consortium) established in 2010 with Dr. Brian G. M. Durie directing 3 high profile studies.

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All of Criterium’s Oncology Consortia specialize in translational research design to bring novel cancer therapies to market in accelerated time frames. “These new types of therapies allow cancer drugs to more effectively target only the destructive cancer cells, while allowing healthy cells to remain untouched, thereby providing a less toxic treatment, with better patient survival outcomes,” stated Dr. Jack Macdonald, the Senior Medical Consultant for the Oncology Consortia.

Dr. D. Ross Camidge MD PHD ATOMIC

Dr. D. Ross Camidge of the University of Colorado?s Cancer Center in Aurora, Colorado has been appointed as ATOMIC’s Director. “ATOMIC brings together a powerful mixture of mature thought leaders and the next generation of experts with the sole goal of designing and completing clinical trials that will change the way we do business in thoracic oncology for the better,” says Camidge.

Also from the University of Colorado is Dr. Peter Kabos, Dr Peter Kabos MD ABRCCthe newly named Director for ABRCC. “ABRCC is an academic consortium formed for the new era of clinical trial design and implementation. Our goal is to rapidly translate advances in breast cancer research into targeted therapies that will benefit our patients,” states Kabos. Both bring an exceptional set of credentials in advanced research and organizational skills to the collaboration.

The Consortia Model for research and development in pharmaceuticals utilizes translational science methodologies to streamline cancer research. The Consortia rosters are presently represented by Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and Top Investigators at 24 of the most prestigious institutions in the USA. In this way, Criterium brings together these physician-scientists into highly effective and productive new drug development entities. To learn more, please visit: www.CriteriumInc.com/OCC.php

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