Biomedical Informatics Seminars series to host Dr. Kevin Johnson (Posted 01/08/2019)
Kevin Johnson, MD, MS, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical Informatics is scheduled to give a talk on EHRs: Past, Present and (Brighter) Future on Wednesday, January 9th at noon in 2525 West End Avenue, Suite 800, Room 8110.
Biostatistics Weekly Seminar Series to host Jeffrey Blume, PhD (Posted 12/04/2018)
Join us this Wednesday, December 5 at 1:30pm in MRB III 1220 for Dr. Jeffrey Blume's talk titled, "Second Generation P-Values." To learn more, click here.
CRC Research Skills Workshop Showcases Nashville Biosciences (Posted 11/26/2018)
On Friday, November 30, 2018, Dr. Jud Schneider, VP and Head of Data Science at Nashville Biosciences presents his talk titled, "Nashville Biosciences, a big data and genomics company" for the Clinical Research Center (CRC) Research Skills Workshop series from 9:00am - 10:00am in MCN A-3210. Click here to learn more.
Biomedical Informatics Seminar: Nature’s Design for a Biochemical MIMO Signal Integrator (Posted 11/26/2018)
Dr. Carlos Lopez, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Biomedical Informatics, and Pharmacology, here at Vanderbilt will present his talk titled, "Nature's Design for a Biochemical MIMO Signal Integrator," on Wednesday, Novemer 28 from 12:00pm – 1:00 pm in Light Hall 202.
CHSR Work in Progress: Explaining Clinical Significance with the Second-generation P-value (Posted 11/26/2018)
Please join us for the next CHSR Work in Progress seminar as Dr. Robert Greevy presents his talk titled, “Explaining Clinical Significance with the Second-generation P-value,” on Tuesday, November 27 from12:00pm - 1:00pm in the Grand Conference Room located on the 12th floor of 2525 West End Avenue.
NSF Webinar: Generalizable Data Science Methods for Biomedical Research (Posted 11/08/2018)
The National Science Foundation will hold a webinar to outline the goals of, and proposal-submission requirements for, the new Joint DMS/NLM Initiative on Generalizable Data Science Methods for Biomedical Research. There will be a question and answer session following the presentation. The webinar will take place on Monday, November 19, 2018 from 12:00 to 2:00 pm CST. To participate, please register here.
Biostatistics Weekly Seminar Series to host Keaven Anderson, PhD (Posted 11/05/2018)
Join us this Wednesday, November 7th at 1:30pm in MRB III 1220 for Dr. Keaven Anderson's talk titled, "Challenges with Design and Analysis in Immuno-Oncology Trials." To learn more, click here.
Biostatistics Weekly Seminar Series to host Dandan Liu, PhD (Posted 10/30/2018)
Join us on Halloween at 1:30pm in MRB III 1220 for an especially spooky talk titled, "Target Population Risk Prediction with Time-to Event Outcome," which will be presented by Dr. Dandan Liu, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics. To learn more, click here.
Statistical Computing Series: Data Cleaning with dataMaid (Posted 10/22/2018)
Molly Olson and Omair Khan from the Department of Biostatistics will give their talk, "Data Cleaning with dataMaid," on Friday, October 26 from 1:30pm-2:30pm in 2525 West End Avenue in the Biostatistics Conference Room 11105.
Biostatistics Weekly Seminar Series to host Christina Tripp, PhD (Posted 10/22/2018)
This Wednesday the Department of Biostatistics hosts our very own graduate and current postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Christina Tripp. She will give her talk titled, "Estimating Causal Mediation Effects from a Single Regression Model," on Wednesday, October 24th from 1:30pm-2:30pm in MRB III, Room 1220. To learn more, click here.
CHSR Work in Progress (WIP) Biostatistics Seminar (Posted 10/22/2018)
The Center for Health Services Research hosts Dr. Robert Greevy tomorrow, October 23, at noon in the 2525 West End Ave, 12th Floor Grand Conference Room, Suite 1232. This talk titled, "Work in Progress (WIP) Biostatitics," re-introduces the second-generation p-value, works through a framework for prespecifying clinically significant effect sizes for absolute and relative measure, and illustrates the benefits with regard to classical error rates. Join us!
2018 Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference (Posted 10/22/2018)
Our department had a very strong showing at WSDS 2018 last week! Sarah Lotspeich, Elizabeth Sigworth, and Hannah Weeks gave speed talks and poster presentations; Run Fan, Christina Tripp Saunders, and Jennifer Thompson gave presentations; and Jennifer also helped teach a short course. Congratulations to all of them!