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Clinical trials support unit (CTSU)

The Clinical Trials Support Unit (CTSU) is an operational support unit for academic clinical research into all types of cancer. Certain scientific questions of interest to patients can only be understood by means of academic research. This academic research must comply with all quality standards and legal and regulatory requirements applicable to research. It must also be carried out efficiently.

It is for all these reasons that the Institut Bordet, in a desire to develop and encourage such research, decided to create the CTSU. This unit within the Institution brings together the skills and resources needed to conduct high-level research. The CTSU team is responsible for responding to research questions and evaluating the benefits and risks of drugs and procedures, while always ensuring that the patients participating in the clinical studies are adequately protected. 

https://ctsu.bordet.be

Our team

Director of Research Administration
Marielle Sautois

Head of CTSU Operations
Julie Gaye

Head of CTSU IT Support
David Lerens

Medical team 
Michail Ignatiadis, Academic Trials Promoting Team Leader
Evandro De Azambuja, Head of Medical Support Team

 Scientific publications

Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes in Patients Receiving Trastuzumab/Pertuzumab-Based Chemotherapy: A TRYPHAENA Substudy.

Authors : Ignatiadis M, Van den Eynden G, Roberto S, Fornili M, Bareche Y, Desmedt C, Rothé F, Maetens M, Venet D, Holgado E, McNally V, Kiermaier A, Savage HM, Wilson TR, Cortes J, Schneeweiss A, Willard-Gallo K, Biganzoli E, Sotiriou C
Year : 2019
Journal : J Natl Cancer Inst
Volume : 111
Pages : 69-77

Prognostic value of adipose tissue and muscle mass in advanced colorectal cancer: a post hoc analysis of two non-randomized phase II trials.

Authors : Charette N, Vandeputte C, Ameye L, Bogaert CV, Krygier J, Guiot T, Deleporte A, Delaunoit T, Geboes K, Van Laethem JL, Peeters M, Demolin G, Holbrechts S, Flamen P, Paesmans M, Hendlisz A
Year : 2019
Journal : BMC Cancer
Volume : 19
Pages : 134

Combining 18F-FDG PET/CT-based Metabolically Active Tumor Volume and Circulating Cell-free DNA Significantly Improves Outcome Prediction in Chemorefractory Metastatic Colorectal Cancer.

Authors : Woff E, Kehagias P, Vandeputte C, Ameye L, Guiot T, Paesmans M, Hendlisz A, Flamen P
Year : 2019
Journal : J Nucl Med

Circulating tumor DNA in HER2 amplified breast cancer: a translational research substudy of the NeoALTTO phase 3 trial.

Authors : Rothé F, Silva MJ, Venet D, Campbell C, Bradbury I, Rouas G, de Azambuja E, Maetens M, Fumagalli D, Rodrik-Outmezguine V, Di Cosimo S, Rosa DD, Chia SK, Wardley AM, Ueno T, Janni W, Huober J, Baselga J, Piccart-Gebhart M, Loi S, Sotiriou C, Dawson SJ, Ignatiadis M
Year : 2019
Journal : Clin Cancer Res

CTCs as a prognostic and predictive biomarker for stage II/III Colon Cancer: a companion study to the PePiTA trial.

Authors : Rothé F, Maetens M, Rouas G, Paesmans M, Van den Eynde M, Van Laethem JL, Vergauwe P, Deboever G, Bareche Y, Vandeputte C, Ignatiadis M, Hendlisz A
Year : 2019
Journal : BMC Cancer
Volume : 19
Pages : 304

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