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07 October 2022

Shrinkage methods: novel perspectives and applications

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This fall, the BMS-ANed organises an in-person meeting:

SHRINKAGE METHODS: NOVEL PERSPECTIVES AND APPLICATIONS

Date: Friday 7 October 2022
Time: 13:00-18:00 (CEST)
Location: “De Veranda”, Amstelveenseweg 764, 1081 JK Amsterdam

Registration is required and is through the form below

Public transport

From train station Amsterdam Zuid, taking the south exit, De Veranda is a 20 minute walk. Alternatively, taking the north exit, either bus 348 (direction Uithoorn) or bus 358 (direction Aalsmeer) takes you to bus stop Amsterdams Bos, leaving a 5 minute walk to De Veranda.

Speakers

Maarten van Smeden – University Medical Center Utrecht
Sara van Erp – Utrecht University
Erik van Zwet – Leiden University Medical Center

Programme

13:15 13:45 Coffee
13:45 13:50 Opening
13:50 14:30 Maarten van Smeden

Shrinkage in medical prediction: the poor man’s solution for an inadequate sample size?

14:30 15:10 Sara van Erp

Bayesian shrinkage methods: Priors, considerations, and possibilities.

15:10 15:15 IBS Birthday
15:15 15:45 Break
15:45 16:25 Erik van Zwet

Lifting the Winner’s Curse

16:25 16:55 Discussion
16:55 17:00 Closing
17:00 18:00 Drinks

Registration BMS-ANed fall meeting 2022

Fill in the form to register for the meeting. Members and non-members may join for free. Non-members are encouraged to join BMS-Aned. Note that students may join BMS-ANed for free, while senior members pay a reduced fee (see the Home page on how to join BMS-ANed). Note that by registering for the event, you agree to having your photo taken and possibly displayed on the BMS-ANed websites.
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