Lorenzo Trippa is Assistant professor at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Biostatistics and Computational Biology Department, and at the Harvard School of Public Health, Biostatistics Department. He is trained in statistics and his research interests include the design of efficient clinical trials. He is especially interested in clinical trials for studying personalized medicine. His research interests include also the analysis of data generated for complex Bayesian adaptive clinical trials. He is currently collaborating with physicians at DFCI on applying Bayesian adaptation to trials of glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer, and incorporating genomic information in designing Bayesian clinical trials. He is also collaborating with physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital to design innovative trials for melanoma targeted therapies.