Workshop on New Methods in Neuroimaging Data Analysis (Posted 10/03/2019)

Please join us in Nashville for the Workshop on New Methods in Neuroimaging Data Analysis on Saturday, March 21, 2020 from 8:30am to 5:15pm. This satellite meeting will be held prior to the Eastern North American Region (ENAR) of the International Biometric Society annual meeting. This workshop will focus on discussing various new and emerging methodology or techniques in neuroimage data processing and analysis, consisting of lectures by experts in the field of neuroimage data processing, analysis, and poster sessions. The main goal of this workshop is to foster interaction among researchers and their trainees in the field for fruitful future collaboration.

Registration CLOSED for the CQS Summer Institute (Posted 07/31/2019)
Registration has closed for the 2019 CQS Summer Institute as courses will begin next week.  If you missed out this year, please check our site next Spring for information on the 2020 CQS Summer Institute.  Stay tuned for more course offerings and department events on our website!

Register NOW for the 2019 CQS Summer Institute! (Posted 05/15/2019)
We are excited to announce that registration for the 2019 Vanderbilt Center for Quantitative Sciences (CQS) Summer Institute is now OPEN!  We offer four, week-long courses focused in biostatistics, bioinformatics, machine learning and causal inference.  The courses are taught by our faculty members in the Department of Biostatistics and will run from August 5-9 and August 12-16.  To learn more about each course and how to register, please log onto our website:  Registration is open now through July 29th, but be sure to register early as courses will fill up fast!

VUMC Discovery Lecture Speaker Hosted by the Department of Biostatistics (Posted 04/10/2019)
The Department of Biostatistics is scheduled to host the VUMC Flexner Discovery Lecture Series speaker on Thursday, April 18th at 4:00pm in 208 Light Hall.  Dr. Scott Zeger, Professor of Biostatistics from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will present his talk titled, "Precision Medicine: A Contrarian Data Scientist's Perspective."  We hope you can join us!