Cancer Research And Biostatistics (CRAB)® is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help conquer cancer and other diseases through the application of biostatistical principles and innovative data management methods.
CRAB’s clinical trial services consist of seamless systems developed and supported by highly-trained oncology professionals. Our scientists work with clients to make sure each trial can answer the questions asked.
Biostatisticians at CRAB are not only expert in design and analysis of cancer clinical trials but have expertise in the identification of genetic markers and targeted designs, cancer staging and historical controls.
We offer Clinical Site Training and Investigator Training as an important part of our service delivery to support professionals in using our systems and science confidently.
Students from the Art Institute of Seattle’s Revolutionary Studios worked with CRAB to capture the spirit of our non-profit organization.
In addition to our experience across trial phases, we have had exposure to most tumor types, including significant experience in the major disease areas.
CRAB’s biostatistical team has a wide variety of backgrounds and expertise with decades of experience in the field of oncology clinical trials and related oncological work.
CRAB Data Management expertise, paired with our sophisticated EDC systems, offers a powerful approach to data capture, query resolution, centralized monitoring (data review) and metrics.
CRAB has the expertise to assist clinical investigators with development and implementation of control studies and large-scale cancer prevention trials.
SWOG is one of the largest of the National Cancer Institute-supported cancer cooperative groups. CRAB houses the SWOG database, develops applications and provides data management services to all SWOG projects.
CRAB has become the biostatistical core for university programs, foundation-supported projects and a variety of other research consortia.
Built upon decades of experience in cancer research, our CRS division is focused on delivering customized clinical trial strategies that exceed our client’s expectations.
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CRAB biostatisticians are expert in the design and analysis of cancer clinical trial and translational data, and are involved with cutting-edge methodological research on novel clinical trial designs.
Members of CRAB's research team are seasoned oncology experts with highly developed skills in their disciplines. We collaborate with one another to support each project efficiently.
Located in downtown Seattle, CRAB's office suite houses state-of-the-art tools, equipment and space to support our services, and to provide convenient access to our collaborators.
Statistical tools and calculators developed over the years are available on this site, free- of- charge.