Scandinavian Journal of Statistics announces lecture


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 25 April 2013

The Scandinavian Journal of Statistics lecture at the 4th Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference (NBBC13) will be given by Andrea Rotnitzky from the Harvard School of Public Health. Andrea’s research interests cover the development of analytical tools for estimating the effects of interventions; work which falls into the general area of causal inference and missing and censored data analysis. The title of Andrea’s talk will be “Advances and challenges in optimal dynamic treatment regime estimation”.

The conference, held by the Nordic-Baltic Region of the International Biometric Society, will take place in Stockholm, Sweden from the 10th to the 12th of June 2013. It is aimed at novel developments and applications of statistical and mathematical methods in the field of bioscience. For more information, including details of the program, please visit the conference website.



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