Marvin Zelen Leadership Award – 4/26

We are extremely pleased to announce Dr. David Harrington will be the recipient of the 2023 Marvin Zelen Leadership Award in Statistical Science! We will host Dave for a lecture on “The special relationship … Continue reading “Marvin Zelen Leadership Award – 4/26”

Harvard Catalyst Short Course – 12/10

Survival Analysis Based on the Restricted Mean Survival Time – An Alternative to the Proportional Hazards ModelFriday | December 10, 20211:00pm – 5:00pm | via ZoomEvent Link | Register here | Email for more … Continue reading “Harvard Catalyst Short Course – 12/10”

Harvard Catalyst Fall Semester Events – Save the Date!

10/6/2021, 1-2pm Journal Club Robert Glynn, PhD, ScD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Mediation analysis to elucidate pathways in randomized trials 10/15/2021,  9am-1pm Short Course Peter Thall, PhD, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and … Continue reading “Harvard Catalyst Fall Semester Events – Save the Date!”

Innovations in Bayesian Clinical Trials: Virtual Symposium and Interactive Workshop

Cytel and Novartis are excited to present a complimentary Bayesian Virtual Symposium and Interactive Workshop. that will expose attendees to cutting edge topics from industry renowned leaders in Bayesian statistics. This dynamic program will … Continue reading “Innovations in Bayesian Clinical Trials: Virtual Symposium and Interactive Workshop”

Catalyst Journal Club with LJ Wei – 2/19

Harvard Catalyst Biostatistics Program Journal Club Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Building 2, Conference Room 426 (4th Floor) Register for this meeting LJ Wei, PhD Professor … Continue reading “Catalyst Journal Club with LJ Wei – 2/19”

Lagakos Distinguished Alumni Award – Thursday

Dr. Amy H. Herring will be this year’s recipient of the annual Lagakos Distinguished Alumni Award. Dr. Herring graduated from the department in 1999, after she defended her dissertation on “Missing … Continue reading “Lagakos Distinguished Alumni Award – Thursday”

Rebecca Betensky to Chair Biostatistics at NYU

We wish to congratulate Rebecca Betensky on her new role as Chair and Professor of Biostatistics at New York University’s College of Global Public Health, which begins on October 1. … Continue reading “Rebecca Betensky to Chair Biostatistics at NYU”

Short Course Explores Survival Analysis

The primary goal for conducting clinical studies is to obtain robust, clinically interpretable results with respect to risk-benefit perspectives for individual patients in a well-defined target population via efficient and reliable … Continue reading “Short Course Explores Survival Analysis”