Department of Biostatistics
Environmental Statistics Seminar

2015 - 2016

Coordinator: Dr. Ander Wilson

Schedule: Fridays, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
SPH2, Room 426 (unless otherwise notified)

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Seminar Description
This seminar focuses on statistical issues related to assessing environmental effects on human health and analyzing environmental data in general. Specific areas of interest include air pollution epidemiology, exposure assessment, teratology, fertility and reproduction, respiratory studies, and community-based research as well as general topics such as errors-in-variables models, missing data methods, hierarchical modeling, smoothing, and methods for correlated data such as longitudinal and spatial data analysis. The seminars are generally pitched at a level that encourages student participation. Students interested in receiving credit for attending the seminars may sign up with individual faculty members for some guided readings on a special topic. Please see Brent Coull for details.


September 25

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October 9

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November 6

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November 20

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February 5

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February 19

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March 4

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March 18

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April 1

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April 15

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April 29

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