Seminar

When: 12-1pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, unless noted otherwise
Where:Wood Building Ground Level Room 73 (WG-73). MAP is here
Organizer: Abdus Sattar, Ph.D and Sara Debanne, Ph.D
Contact: sattar@case.edu
Abstract Template: Download here
Notes: Recommended other seminars are noted in green color
All Seminars: Current, Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2013
FYI: Videos from Stanford Big Data in Biomedicine Conferences


Spring 2016

Date Speaker Affiliation Title/Abstract Notes
01/20/2016 Abdus Sattar, Ph.D CWRU Joint Modeling of Longitudinal and Survival Data with a Covariate Subject to Limit of Detection
02/17/2016 Bryan Shepherd, Ph.D Vanderbuilt University Covariate-adjusted Spearman's rank correlation with probability-scale residuals
03/16/2016 Bo Hu, Ph.D CCF Joint multiple imputation for longitudinal outcomes and clinical events that truncate longitudinal follow-up
04/20/2016 Sara Debanne, Ph.D CWRU TBD


Teaching


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EPBI453

Categorical Data Analysis

2016 -

Instructor

Credit hours=3.0

Dept of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University. This is an applied categorical data analysis ONLINE course for graduate students in CWRU. This course will be offered during summer. Students can take the course from anywhere they are located.

 

EPBI430

Design & Analysis of High-Dimensional Data

2013 -

Instructor

Credit hours=3.0

Dept of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University This is an applied omics data analysis course for undergraduate and graduate students in CWRU. Overall ratings: 4.17/5.

 

EPBI443

Multivariate & High-Dimensional Data

2012 -

Instructor

Credit hours=3.0

Dept of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University This is an applied multivariate and genomics data analysis course for graduate students in biostatistics and other related sciences. Overall ratings: 4.38/5. (Dept. average, 4.30)

 

EPBI485

Likelihood Theory & Applications

2010 -

Instructor

Credit hours=3.0

Dept of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University This is an advanced statistical theory course for the doctoral students. Overall ratings: 4.50/5.