A few places remain for:
Introduction to Bayesian Disease Mapping (IBDM) (2 day)
Bayesian Disease Mapping with INLA (BDMI) (1 day)
Advanced Bayesian Disease Mapping (ABDM) (2 day)
**University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK July 11th - July 15th
These courses are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to
the area of
Bayesian disease mapping in applications to Public Health and Epidemiology:
The IBDM course will run on July 11th- July12th, the BDMI course will
run on July 13th
and the ABDM course will run on July 14th - 15th 2016.
The BDMI course provides a hands-on introduction to spatial health
modeling with INLA,
while more advanced INLA examples are included in the ABDM course.
Both spatial and spatio-temporal analyses using WinBUGS and INLA will be
Examples will range over childhood asthma data from Georgia, influenza
in South Carolina,
foot-and-mouth disease in the UK and Ohio respiratory cancer.
Professor Andrew B. Lawson (Department of Public Health Sciences,
College of Medicine,
Medical University of South Carolina) is a World Health Organization
on Disease Mapping and organized with the WHO an International workshop
on this topic
which has led to an edited volume “Disease Mapping and Risk Assessment
for Public Health”.
He has published a number of books focused on disease mapping and
spatial epidemiology. In particular, the 2nd Edition (2013) of the volume
*Bayesian Disease Mapping* will be a course text for the IBDM course,
and is included in the IBDM course fee.
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