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Online-Seminar

The IBS-DR offers the online seminar series "Seminars in Biostatistics" (SIBSINAR). The seminar series includes lectures on topics of general interest to society from research and application, discussions of current topics, and education. New lectures will be announced here and via a separate newsletter, which will also be used to announce the access data to the lectures (to subscribe to the newsletter).

Participation in the lectures is only for members of the IBS. Learn more about membership here.

 

List of lectures in the IBS-DR online seminar series

 

November 06, 2023, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Vanessa Didelez
Title: Statistical Methods for Causal Inference in Epidemiology

September 27, 2023, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speaker: Prof. em. Dr. Edgar Brunner
Title: Multiple Endpoints and Prioritized Outcomes: Effects and Nonparametric Analysis Methods

July 05 2023, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speaker:
Dr. Friedrich Pahlke
Title: R für Einsteiger und Gelegenheitsnutzer: R, RStudio und Quarto besser kennenlernen und mit hilfe von ChatGPT meistern

May 24 2023, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speakers:
Dr. Anja Sander und Dr. Stefan Englert
Title: "Translating trial objectives into clear clinical questions of interest". Wie gelingt das? Eine praktische Einführung in das Estimand Framework

March 24 2023, 1 - 3 P.M.
Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Harald Binder
Title: Deep learning, modeling, and small data

January 25 2023, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Sabine Hoffmann
Title: Modelling and communicating evidence and uncertainty in biomedical research to improve the replicability and credibility of scientific findings

December 15 2022, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speakers:
Prof. Dr. Iris Pigeot und Dr. Barbara Schweitzer
Title: Wie stelle ich einen erfolgreichen Förderantrag bei der DFG und welche Förderprogramme stehen zur Verfügung?

October 19 2022, 1 - 2 P.M.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Martin Schumacher
Title: Randomisation und Aspekte kausaler Inferenz in klinischen Studien