Department of Biostatistics
Quantitative Issues in Cancer Research Working Seminar

2014 - 2015

Organizer: Christina McIntosh


Schedule: Thursdays, 12:30-2:00 p.m.
HSPH2, Room 426 (unless otherwise notified)

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Seminar Description
There are more than one million new cancer cases every year in the United States. An additional 5-8 million people are living with cancer. Research on cancer has greatly influenced the development of statistical methods in the past two decades and is likely to continue to do so in the future. This working seminar will be a forum for the discussion of current methodologic developments as well as cancer research having a strong quantitative basis. The working seminars will include expository reviews of special topics as well as the presentation of new research. All students and faculty are invited to attend and participate.


October 9

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October 30

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November 13

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December 4

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February 5

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February 26

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March 12

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April 2

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April 23

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May 14

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