IBC2022 Short Course Program Confirmed

By Kristina Wolford posted 06-04-2021 11:15

Four half day and three full day Short Course proposals have been selected for presentation just before the International Biometric Conference begins on 11 July 2022.  All Short Courses will take place on Sunday, 10 July 2022.  These courses are taught by experienced professionals who are experts in their fields, so you do not want to miss out!  We'll be providing additional information about these courses over the next few months! We're excited to see our IBC2022 program come together. 

Congratulations to the following:
Full Day Courses
Pseudo Observations in Survival Analysis
Instructors - Per Kragh Anderson & Henrik Ravn

Bayesian Methods for Missing Covariates in Longitudinal Studies
Instructors - Nicole Erler & Emmanuel Lesaffre

Network Modeling for High-Dimensional Data
Instructors - Carel F. Peeters & Wessel N. van Wieringen
Half Day Courses

Time to Event Outcome with Statistical Learning
Instructor - Malka Gorfine

Analysis of Interval-Censored Time-to-event Data: Methods and Applications
Instructors - Professor, Jianguo (Tony) Sun & Professor, Ding-Geng (Din) Chen

Estimand-aligned Statistical Analyses of Clinical Trials
Instructors -
Tobias Mutze & Frank Bretz

Mathematical Modelling of Reach-World Infectious Disease Epidemics - An R Based Hands-On Short Course
Instructor - Ashok Krishnamurthy