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  • Das nächste planmäßige e-Rundschreiben erscheint im Dezember 2022

Workshop "Design of experiments under uncertainty"

Workshop of the IBS-DR working group Bayes Methods.
Ingelheim (or online), December 08-09, 2022.

 

Venue:
    Konferenzzentrum Ingelheim iCC GmbH
    Binger Straße 99
    55218 Ingelheim
    49°58'28.2"N 8°03'12.9"E

 

Announcement and call for papers

 

Link to meeting: meet.gwdg.de/b/chr-jd2-prc

 

Introduction to BigBlueButton conferencing sytem: meet.gwdg.de/b

 

Program (PDF)

 

Thursday, December 8, 2022:

13:15-14:00Lunch
14:00-14:05Welcome
14:05-14:45Ludger Sandig (TU Dortmund): Advanced designs for dose-time-response models[abstract]
14:45-15:30Claire Rothery (University of York): Introduction to value of information, with examples (part 1)
15:30-15:45Coffee break
15:45-16:30Claire Rothery (University of York): Introduction to value of information, with examples (part 2)
16:30-17:10Christian Stock (Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Ingelheim): Partial extrapolation in pediatric drug development using robust meta-analytic predictive priors, tipping point analysis and expert elicitation[abstract]
17:10-17:50Alexander Stemke (Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Biberach, and Universität Ulm): A MAP prior approach for piecewise constant hazards and competing risks[abstract]
17:50-18:00Coffee break
18:00-18:30Working group business meeting
19:45Informal get-together and dinner

 

Friday, December 9, 2022:

08:30-09:10Riko Kelter (Universität Siegen): A novel group-sequential phase II design for clinical trials with binary endpoints based on Bayesian evidence values[abstract]
09:10-09:50Tobias Mütze (Novartis AG, Basel): Sample size re-estimation incorporating prior information on a nuisance parameter[abstract]
09:50-10:10Coffee break
10:10-10:50Rainer Schwabe (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg): Optimality criteria in design of experiments: A review[abstract]
10:50-11:30Julian Wäsche (Universität Bielefeld): Design of animal experiments investigating leukemia treatment outcome[abstract]
11:30-12:10Leonie Schürmeyer (TU Dortmund): Comparison of different designs for simultaneous analysis of concentration-response gene expression data[abstract]
12:10-12:15Farewell
12:15-13:00Lunch

 

All times are CET (UTC+1).