the University of Warwick is proudly hosting the third annual Survival Analysis
for Junior Researchers conference, an event aimed at career-young researchers
with an interest in the statistical analysis of time-to-event data and related
topics. It is the ideal opportunity for statisticians, postdocs, PhD or
post-graduate students to present and discuss their work with likeminded
researchers in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Thanks to a generous grant by the Centre for Research in Statistical
Methodology, we can currently offer an early bird special for £175. This will
only last until the grant is used up. We urge everyone to register at their
Dates: Thursday 3rd - Friday 4th April 2014
Venue: Department of Statistics, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom
Cost: £175 (early bird special) - the registration fee includes residential
accommodation for one night, all meals and the evening programme.
Submission deadline: 31st December 2013 - places are limited, so early
registration and abstract submission are highly recommended!
The event features lectures from two keynote speakers, Hein Putter (“Dynamic
Prediction in Clinical Survival Analysis”) and Dimitris Rizopoulos (“Joint
Models for Longitudinal and Time-to-Event Data”), as well as poster sessions and
an evening social. Presenting your work in the form of an oral presentation or a
poster is highly encouraged! Presentation sessions will be attended by
statisticians and lecturers from the University of Warwick, experienced in the
application and theory of survival analysis, to aid constructive and lively
To our knowledge, this will be the biggest gathering of survival analysis
researchers in 2014 in the UK. In Europe, it will probably be eclipsed by the
XXVII International Biometric Conference. So if you want to hear and talk about
survival analysis in 2014, this is the (second) best place to be!
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Registration and abstract submission are now open.
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