First-authored paper in Statistical Methods in Medical Research by Bryan Blette

Congratulations to assistant professor Bryan Blette on the publication of "Assessing treatment effect heterogeneity in the presence of missing effect modifier data in cluster-randomized trials," published today in Statistical Methods in Medical Research. In the words of senior author Michael Hardy, it is a "great methods review & very clever simulation study - give it a read!" 

Dr. Blette is also delivering an invited talk this week, in the "Generative AI as a Tool for Advancing Translational Science: Opportunities and Potential Pitfalls" session at Translational Science 2024. Other department members in Las Vegas for the conference include PhD candidate Max Rohde (poster presenter), MS student Julia Whitman (poster presenter), professor Paul Harris (invited speaker), and associate professor Dandan Liu (ACTStat president-elect). Consuelo Wilkins, Vanderbilt University Medical Center's senior vice president and senior associate dean for health equity and inclusive excellence, is also a speaker, as are several other faculty members across the School of Medicine.