Core Seminar Series

Core Seminars


The Applied Biostatistics Seminar Series consists of a series of talks with the primary purpose of furthering statistical knowledge on an applied level. Talks will focus on advances in biostatistical methods and statistical programming techniques and their translation into addressing biomedical research questions. The seminars are open to all members of the Duke community, but primarily geared toward applied statistical researchers.

BCTIP Presentations

Berd Core Seminars
Friday, November 8, 2019 - 01:30 at 11025 Hock Plaza

Masters Students Chenyang Wang, Shiqi (Kenny) Zhang and Andrea Carmack will present. Chenyang Wang Network Meta-Analysis of Individual Participant-Level Trials Comparing Treatments for Schizophrenia 1:30-1:45 Shiqi (Kenny) Zhang Conditional Survival Analysis of Limited Stage Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients 1:50-2:05 Andrea Carmack Multicenter Duodenal Switch Outcomes Analysis on Surgical Approach...

Assessing Surgical Complications While Accounting for Complex Survey Design

Berd Core Seminars
Friday, October 18, 2019 - 01:30 at 11025 Hock Plaza

Survey data is constructed to draw inference on a population while not collecting data on all individuals within a population. Often times assuming a simple random sample (SRS) is not reasonable because all sampled encounters were not selected independently and with equal probabilities. This could be a result of design...

BCTIP Presentations

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Friday, October 11, 2019 - 03:30 at 11025 Hock Plaza

Masters Students Jingyi Grace) He, Allison Reagan, Kaitlin Tetreault and Yiqi Yao will present Jingyi (Grace) He The Association Between Asthma Exacerbations and Distance to Highways Using a Recurrent Events Survival Analysis 1:30-1:45 Allison Reagan Novel insights from mitochondrial-derived peptides and prostate cancer in health disparities 1:50-2:05 Kaitlin Tetreault Reporting...

BCTIP Presentations

Berd Core Seminars
Friday, September 27, 2019 - 01:30 at 11025 Hock Plaza

Masters Students Se-Eun (Amie) Kim, Elizabeth (Betsy) Lydon and Xiyuan Zhang will present. Xiyuan Zhang "Willingness to accept Increased risk of PHS (PHSIR) kidney transplants amoung waitlisted African Americans." 1:30-1:45 Elizabeth (Betsy) Lydon "Interaction of Bundled Care and Time on Skin Health in Pre Term Infants" 1:50-2:05 Se-Eun (Amie) Kim...

Giving IVs a Shot: A gentle introduction to causal inference with instrumental variables.

Friday, September 13, 2019 - 01:30 at Hock Plaza 11025

Abstract: This seminar will provide an introduction and basic intuition behind the use of instrumental variables to estimate treatment effects, examining their use in both randomized and observational settings. The talk will cover assumptions needed in order to make valid inference with IVs as well as common applications of the...

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