Dr. Ridenour has over two decades of clinical and research experience in etiology, assessment, and clinical research methodologies. One of his foci is developing methods for rigorous analysis of longitudinal, within-person clinical trials using small samples. His recent studies have demonstrated and highlighted the relative strengths and weaknesses of analytic techniques for detecting experimental change within individuals over time, including trajectory analysis and state space modeling. His penultimate objective of this work is creating tools, techniques and other methods for clinical uses with evidence-based, individualized treatment. His research has been continuously funded by NIH since 1996.
Clinical & Research Tools Showcase: RTI International
RTI is a non-profit research institution with expertise spanning a breadth of sciences funded primarily by grants and contracts.
PersonAlytics™ for Rigorous Small Sample Trials and Patient Monitoring
Precision medicine research, early phase drug trials, medical device development, and clinical uses of such evidence often require smaller samples than are used in traditional randomized controlled trials. Based on over a decade of peer reviewed research ranging from surgery drug testing to smart phone Apps, RTI International is offering analytic software and methods consultation for intensive within-subject research at low cost and in “white label” forms for integration into customers’ products. This talk introduces the software, illustrates offerings and commercial examples when the product offers added value, and examples present visual output rather than statistical models.