Health Research and Policy

Workshop in Biostatistics

Medical School Office Building (MSOB)
Room x303
1:15 pm - 3:00 pm

January 17 - March 14, 2013
Date Speaker Title of Talk
1/10
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First Workshop begins on 1/17/2013.
1/17
Thomas Hoffmann, PhD
Assistant Professor, UCSF
The Kaiser Permanente/UCSF Genetic Research Study on Adult Health and Aging: Genome-wide association study in a cohort of 100,000
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
1/24
Mei-Chiung Shih
VA Palo Alto Cooperative Studies Program Coordinating Center
Assistant Professor of Health Research & Policy, Stanford
Sequential Methods for Comparative Effectiveness Experiments: Point of Care Clinical Trials
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
1/31
Marc Coram
Assistant Professor of Health Research & Policy, Stanford
Non-parametric empirical Bayes and Variance Estimation
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
2/7
No Workshop
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2/14
Jesse Jokerst
Post Doctoral Fellow, Gambhir Lab, Dept of Radiology
Molecular Imaging in Medicine: Current Standards and Challenges
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
2/21
Hank Greely
Professor of Law,
Professor by courtesy of Genetics,
Director of the Center for Law and the Biosciences, Stanford
Widespread Clinical Whole Genome Sequence: Coming Ethical, Legal, and Practical Challenges
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
2/28
Jitendra (Jeetu) Ganju
Sr Director, Biostatistics
Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Strengthening Results from Clinical Trials: Using Multiple Methods of Analysis for Formal Inference
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
3/7
Mathew Barber
Statistical Geneticist
Human Genetic Geography - Evolving Statistical Learning and Prediction
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
3/14
Donna Spiegelman, Sc.D.
Depts of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Harvard School of Public Health
Measurement Error Correction for Survival Data Analysis with Covariates that are Functions of Time-varying Exposure Histories
(Abstract and Suggested Reading)
3/21
No Workshop
Final exam week

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