Winter 2023, BST 290
Instructor: Danielle harvey
Instructor’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: Tuesdays 12:10-1:00pm Pacific Time (US) from January 10, 2023 to March 14, 2023
Location: Mathematical Sciences Building, Room 1147 (unless Zoom is indicated)
Description: BST 290 is a seminar series intended to introduce biostatistics graduate students to many current research topics and applications of biostatistics. In this seminar, students will gain experience interacting with professional biostatisticians and other scientists practicing in contemporary, research-intensive, multi-disciplinary settings.
Student responsibilities: To receive credit, students must attend and actively participate in at least 80% of sessions. Attendance will be assessed during each session.
All seminars are on Tuesday, Noon - 1PM in the Math Sciences Bldg, Room 1147 unless otherwise indicated.
|Jan. 10||Fushing Hsieh (Professor Dept of Statistics)||MSB 1147|
|Jan. 17||Danielle Harvey (Professor, Dept of Public Health Sciences)||Zoom|
|Jan. 24||Miriam Nuno (Professor, Dept of Public Health Sciences)||MSB 1147|
|Jan. 31||Sharon Aviran (Professor, Dept of Biomedical Engineering)||MSB 1147|
|Feb. 7||Mike Donohue (Professor, Dept of Neurology, USC)||Zoom|
|Feb. 14||Brittany Dugger (Associate Professor, Dept of Pathology)||Zoom|
|Feb. 21||Sandy Taylor (Dept of Public Health Sciences, CTSC)||MSB 1147|
|Feb. 28||Revathi Ananthakrishnan (Biostatistician, Bristol-Myers Squibb)||Zoom|
|Mar. 7||Ania Kawiecki (Epidemiology graduate student)||MSB 1147|
|Mar. 14||Susan Alber (Dept of Public Health Sciences), CTSC)||TBD|