Statistical Analysis of Multi-Outcome Data Conference 2019 Registration

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The University of Manchester’s Centre for Biostatistics Group will be hosting the Statistical Analysis of Multi-Outcome Data Conference 2019 (SAM 2019). This meeting aims to bring together international researchers in statistics and biostatistics and will cover a number of topics. SAM 2019 includes an excellent group of invited speakers including: Laura Bonnett (University of Liverpool), Philip Dawid (University of Cambridge), Harvey Goldstein (University of Bristol) and Fiona Steele (London School of Economics).

The meeting will cover a wide range of topics, with areas of interest including:

· Joint Modelling of Longitudinal and Time-to-Event Data
· Multivariate Longitudinal Data and Survival
· Multistate Models and Competing Risks
· Risk Prediction
· Causal Analysis
· Novel Approaches to Modelling Longitudinal / Survival Data
· Recurrent Events
· Multivariate Survival and Prediction.

The conference will take place at the University of Manchester on the 6th and 7th June 2019, with a workshop on Mendelian Randomisation preceding the meeting on the afternoon of the 5th. Please note: places on the workshop are limited.


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Further details about the conference, abstract process, and registration can be found on the Website:

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Please direct any queries to SAM2019@manchester.ac.uk

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