Spreadsheet Mania

Yajat G -

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Over the past week, I have been continuing to do the same spreadsheet of 191 clinical trials and started to actually make a huge load of progress. I am almost halfway done, so I will most likely finish well before the deadline I was given of March 1st. I am excited to finally get this out of the way so I can look into the actual intersting part of setting up clinical trials. Right now, the work I am doing is very useful because it is the primary source we will use for our processing, but it is very much a plug-and-chug system where I am putting in the information into the spreadsheet. So far, the work is similar to grading a test; it takes a few trial runs to get into a groove, but then you start picking up the pace, which has been very helpful for keeping the work stress levels at a low. The way it is currently looking, I will be done or close to done with the first step by next week, but I am still unsure of what the next steps in the project will be. However, I hope I learn how to analyze these clinical trials for key information and make connections as to how information on the spreadsheet can actually be useful to me. There is a long way to go, but I am happy with the progress I have made so far, and I can’t wait to start the next steps. 

See you all next week with hopefully some new information!

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    Hi Yajat! The work you're doing is super important and relevant to the state of healthcare today. What kind of data are you analyzing for each of these clinical trials?
    Hi Yajat, I am also interested in the kind of data. I'd also like to hear more about funding these types of trials and where that comes from. Can't wait to learn more!

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