Centre for Statistical Methodology
The Centre for Statistical Methodology aims to gather statistical and methodological expertise across the School in order to strengthen our research capacity in epidemiology and public health. Centre events facilitate the dissemination and sharing of sound and innovative methods to address questions of public health relevance.
Events in this series
Evolving approaches to choice of outcomes in clinical trials: win ratio, repeat events, etc
Using Mendelian Randomisation to model the causal effect of cancer on health economic outcomes and to simulate the cost-effectiveness of anti-cancer interventions
CFO: Calibration-free odds design for phase I/II clinical trials
G-formula with missing data via multiple imputation
Learning, evaluating and analyzing a recommendation rule for early blood transfer in the ICU
At-risk-measure sampling in case-control studies with aggregated data
Bayes, buttressed by design-based ideas, is the best overarching paradigm for sample survey inference
A celebration of 50 Years of the Cox model in memory of Sir David Cox
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