The Bergen Biostatistical Seminar is a joint effort between several groups / departments in Bergen with interest in statistical methods in biology.
We expect to have approximately four seminars per semester, and everybody interested in biostatistics is highly encouraged to attend.
Upcoming seminar20-6-2018: Advances in Research Designs for Evidence-Based Practice: The Use of Stepped Care and SMART designs (Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trials) in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Youth, by Arne Kodal, Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Bergen
Previous seminars17.4.2018: Methods in growth research, by Mathieu Roelants, Environment and Health / Youth Health Care (Jeugdgezondheidszorg), Department of Public Health and Primary Care, KU Leuven - University of Leuven7-2-2018: Academic urban legends, by Ola Bjørn Rekdal, Department of Social Education and Social Work, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences22-11-2017: Elastic net regression, by Anastasia Ushakova, SUS12-9-2017: Accounting for detectability in spatially-explicit abundance models of cetaceans22-2-2017: Epidemiology on mathematical models of the scale-up of antiretroviral therapy and transmission of HIV in Southern Africa, by Nello Blaser14.12.2016. Impact of Screening and ART on Anal Cancer Incidence in HIV-Positive Men who have Sex with Men: Mathematical Modeling Study, by Nello Blaser2016-9-19 Assessing paradoxes in epidemiology - Do not forget the frailty 2016-4-6 Big Data-Technology, Analysis and Applications
2016-11-2 Characteristics and applications of Partial Least Squares Regression 2016-1-19 Spurious interaction as a result of categorization
2015-1-1 Dose finding studies- Optimal designs - Bergrun T. Magnusdottir