20 November 2020

Biostatistics Kaleidoscope


This Autumn the BMS-ANed organises an online meeting featuring talks by the Hans van Houwelingen Award jury:

Biostatistics Kaleidoscope

Slides of this meeting may be found below under Speakers and titles

A link with the meeting details has been sent to the email address that was used to sign up. If you cannot find the details, send an email to m.munch@amsterdamumc.nl

Date: 20 November 2020
Time: 12:00-14:00 (CET)
Location: online
Registration is required and is through the form below

This meeting will be followed by the general assembly of BMS-ANed.
The agenda for the meeting is found here.
The minutes of last years meeting are found here.
The financial documents for this meeting are found here.


Ruth Keogh РLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
David Causeur РAgrocampus, Rennes
Cécile Proust-Lima РUniversity of Bordeaux



see below for the titles and affiliations of the speakers

12:00 12:05 Opening by president
12:05 12:40 Ruth Keogh
12:40 13:15 David Causeur
13:15 13:25 Break
13:25 14:00 Cécile Proust-Lima
14:00 14:05 Closing
14:05 14:45 General Assembly/Algemene Ledenvergadering

Speakers and titles

Ruth Keogh – London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

slides¬†–¬†Using sequential target trials to estimate causal effects of treatments from longitudinal observational data

David Causeur – Agrocampus, Rennes

slides¬†–¬†Adaptive Handling of Dependence in High-Dimensional Regression Modeling

Cécile Proust-Lima РUniversity of Bordeaux

slides¬†–¬†Modeling inter-related longitudinal processes in cerebral aging


Registration BMS-ANed Autumn 2020 meeting (online)

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