STATISTICAL ISSUES OF PREVENTION STUDIES
Special Guest Lecture by Henry T. Banhson, Benaroya Research Institute
10:30 am - 11:30 am
You're invited to attend a special presentation by visiting researcher Henry T. Banhson, Benaroya Research Institute.
Seating for this event will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Community is encouraged to attend.
Henry T. Banhson,
Benaroya Research Institute
Henry joined the Benaroya Research Institute (BRI) as the Principal Biostatistician for the Diabetes Clinical Research Program and the Immune Tolerance Network, performing analytics for clinical trials and biomarker discovery. Prior to BRI, he worked as a Senior Biostatistician at Rho, Inc. on several ITN and AADCRC allergy studies specific to peanut, milk, and grass allergy.
He has experience in biomarker analyses including immune-mediated disease in T1D, IgE-mediated allergic disease, T-cell regulation, cytokine, basophile activation, and component-resolved diagnostics in food allergy.
He was the lead in developing approximately 20 protocols and statistical analysis plans in areas of food allergy, hypoparathyroidism, pain management, and hemophilia and supported several NDA e-submissions for various commercial clients using CDISC and ADaM standards. Moreover, he has a particular interest and background in the statistical issues surrounding the design and analysis of prevention studies.
Lastly, he has performed a wide variety of statistical analyses including: power calculations, adaptive designs, discriminate, factor, relative importance, cluster, geographical analyses, logistic regression, Poisson and negative binomial regression, random forest, mixed models, and partial least squares.
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