In conjunction with the Royal Statistical Society, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine will host Professor Bianca De Stavola, who will deliver the 30th Bradford Hill Memorial Lecture. The lecture will take place virtually at 5:30 PM BST on 20 May 2021. There is no need to register as attendance is free and open to all. Follow this link to join on the day of the lecture.
In this talk, Professor Bianca De Stavola will discuss how life course investigations may characterise the impact of exposures over time (e.g., continuous or time-specific) and across dimensions (e.g., via joint or distinct pathways), and how different study designs may aid them. She will also compare ‘traditional’ approaches to gather evidence for causality and potential areas of intervention with the formality and clarity of counterfactual-based estimands.
Bianca De Stavola is Professor of Medical Statistics at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. She joined UCL in 2017 after 23 years at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she was co-Director of the Centre for Statistical Methodology. She is joint Editor of the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society).
For more information, visit the LSHTM website.