Mini-Symposium

We have re-introduced the mini-symposium, which will be held on Thursday 25th August and include: 

MS1: Statistical methods in rare diseases and small populations

 Lucinda Billingham, University of Birmingham
 Tim Morris, University College London
 Stephen Senn, Luxembourg Institute of Health     
 Jim Paul, University of Glasgow    
 Lisa Hampson, Lancaster University 
 Gerald Hlavin, Medical University of Vienna     
 Sarah Zohar, Imserm                  

MS2: Strengthening Analytical Thinking for Observation Studies (STRATOS)

Willi Sauerbrei,  TG2, Steps to derive guidance for variable selection and function selection
Saskia le Cessie, TG3, A conceptual framework for initial data analysis
Gary Collins, TG6, Evaluating Diagnostic Tests and Prediction Models: a review of existing guidance
Maja Pohar-Perme, TG8, On some practical issues in the analysis of survival data
Elizabeth Williamson, TG5, Design of observational studies: a fresh look at classical designs
Ruth Keogh, TG4, Measurement error in nutritional epidemiology: challenges, current practice, and how we can improve it
Harald Binder, TG9, Key topics for guiding design and analysis of high-dimensional data
Bianca De Stavola, TG7, Causal questions and principled answers: exposures, populations, and effect estimation

Students' Day

Robin Henderson
Katherine Lee
Hans van Houwelingen

Registration is now closed.

Registration

 
 Mini Symposia - Thursday 25 August
(included in the Registration for the conference)
Early Bird Registration closes on Monday 30 May 
Early Bird Registration 1 Day only  £100
 
Registration Fees after Monday 30 May
Standard Registration 1 Day only  £150