Biostatistics and Epidemiology Joint Symposium, March 6, 2009
A collaborative meeting between faculty and graduate students from the Graduate Group in Biostatistics and the Graduate Group in Epidemiology. Mathematical Sciences Building 1147
List of speakers:
- Dr. Ellen Gold, "Ongoing Multidisciplinary Research and Student Involvement"
- Yolanda Hagar, "Adventures in Thesis Writing"
- Elizabeth Yakes, "Advice from the field: data collection challenges and solutions"
- Meng Mao, "Analysis of survival data with long-term survivors"
- Janie Shelton, "Adjusting for Within-Household Clustering Effects When Household Identifiers are not Available"
- Christopher M. Barker, "Hierarchical Bayesian modeling in vectorborne disease systems"
- Dr. Daniel Tancredi, "Using statistical methods to assess a standard analytical strategy in epidemiology"
- Wendy Jiang, "Missing data in likelihood"
- Michael McAssey, "Identifying instants of coherence among subsets of gamma rhythms in the mammal brain"
- Elizabeth Van Wormer, "Linking Land to Sea: Terrestrial Toxoplasma in Coastal California"
- Dr. Jie Peng, "Integrative analysis of multiple types of genomics data"
- Dr. Bruce Leistikow, "Sentinel Health Events as exposure markers minimizing selection, misclassification, and detection biases: Detecting a 2 billion death, multi-quadrillion dollar epidemiologic booboo?"
- Brant Schumaker and Dr. Ellen Gold, "The Collaborative Approach to Research: Advantages and Challenges"
- Dr. Laurel Beckett and Dr. Danielle Harvey, "Planning for a Career in a Medical School"
- Dr. Christiana Drake and Dr. Tim Carpenter, "Finding a Major Professor/ Dissertation Topic"