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Johns Hopkins Medicine | Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

Biostatistics Meetings

The Division of Biostatistics develops and applies quantitative methods to aid research in cancer biology, treatment, and prevention. Current research activities include the design of clinical and preclinical studies, developing inferential models for studies of behavioral interventions, analysis of multiple outcomes, risk prediction algorithms for familial susceptibility, and applications of Bayesian nonparametric methods.

Biostatistics Working Group

3rd Tuesday of the Month
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: 550 Bldg., 1131 Conference Rm.
September 2016 - May 2017 Informal Biostatistics Meetings (click here to see all past meetings)
09/20/2016 Discussion of Topics
10/18/2016 CG, Zheyu, Hao, and Gary MedImmune Biomarker Project
11/15/2016 Jay Herson ER+ Early Stage Breast Cancer: Tamoxifen, Letrozole, Selective Crossover. What to Believe
12/20/2016 CANCELLED - Pocock's Papers
01/17/2017 Yu Du Combination Phase 1 studies
02/21/2017 Hwanhee Hong Meta-Analysis of Rare Adverse Events in Randomized Clinical Trials: Bayesian and Frequentist Methods
03/21/2017 Michael Rosenblum POSTPONED
04/18/2017 Rob Scharpf Reproducible research
05/16/2017 Gary Rosner Introduction to pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics