We have the pleasure to announce the 2016 Edition of the Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology.
The Summer School aims to provide introductory and advanced courses in medical statistics and epidemiology, and their application in etiology research and public health.
Specifically, in addition to half-day courses on:
* Biostatistics I and II (M.Pagano - Harvard School of Public Health, M.Bonetti - Bocconi University)
* Applied Linear Regression (R.Bellocco - Karolinska Institutet and University of Milano-Bicocca)
* Applied Logistic Regression (D. Wypij -Harvard School of Public Health)
* Epidemiology I and II (E. Mostofsky, M. Mittleman - Harvard School of Public Health)
* Applied Longitudinal Analysis (G. Fitzmaurice - Harvard School of Public Health)
* Survival Analysis (N.Orsini - Karolinska Institutet)
the Summer School will offer full-day courses on:
* Statistical Methods For Population-Based Cancer Survival Analysis (P. Dickman - Karolinska Institutet & P. Lambert -University of Leicester and Karolinska Institutet)
* Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Health Programs (M. Pagano & E. Savoia - Harvard School of Public Health)
* Effectiveness Research with Longitudinal Healthcare Databases (S. Schneeweiss & E. Patorno - Harvard School of Public Health)
The school will be held from 5th to 18th of June 2016 at Castello Brandolini Colomban, Cison di Valmarino - Treviso - Italy. Registration is now open and the deadline for early registration is 14th of February 2016. Please visit the school’s homepage for more information on the courses and for details on registration:
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