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2021 Stata
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Virtual Symposium 18 February

Proceedings:

Session One

Ian White | University College London

Advances in non-standard sample size calculations: The ART suite
Bio21_White.pptx

Nicola Orsini | Karolinska Institutet

Statistical inference on dose-response parameters using weighted mixed-effects model
Bio21_Orsini.zip

Stan Lemeshow | Ohio State University

COVID-19 outcomes and comorbidities in Ohio
Slides not available

Intermission

Session Two

Rino Bellocco | University of Milano-Bicocca and Karolinska Institutet
Andrea Bellavia | Harvard University

Mediation and interaction analysis: Principles and applications
Bio21_Bellocco.pdf
Bio21_Bellavia.pdf

Matteo Bottai | Karolinska Institutet

Understanding and estimating conditional parametric quantile models in Stata
Bio21_Bottai.pdf

Intermission—Lunch

Session Three

Paul Lambert | University of Leicester

Regression standardization with time-to-event data to estimate marginal measures of association and causal effects using the standsurv command
Bio21_Lambert.pdf

Michael Grayling | Newcastle University

Choosing an efficient multiarm multistage clinical trial design
Bio21_Grayling.pdf

Theodore Karrison | University of Chicago

Nonparametric inference in the accelerated failure-time model using restricted means
Collaborator: Mihai Giurcanu
Bio21_Karrison.pptx

Closing remarks and networking social

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We are pleased to announce all proceeds from registrations for the 2021 Stata Biostatistics and Epidemiology Virtual Symposium were donated to Action Against Hunger.

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