By Hsien-Yuan Hsu
The Social and Health Statistics Seminars, co-sponsored by the Center for Health Statistics, Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences, and College of Fine Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences, will continue on Feb. 15, 2023. Please mark your calendars.
The goal of the seminar series is for faculty, research staff (e.g., biostatisticians, statisticians, or data analysts), and senior doctoral students to share and get feedback on their research projects and discuss how their expertise could contribute to rethinking and shaping other research areas. This year, we have 7 internal and 5 external speakers. Both our internal and external speakers are outstanding researchers. The topics cover a wide range of statistical applications in social and health sciences research.
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2/15 From Data Science to Bayesian Spatiotemporal Modeling: A Journey Towards the Predict to Prevent (P2P) Overdose Study
Thomas Stopka / Cici Bauer, Associate Professors, Tufts University School of Medicine/UTHealth
3/1 Use of Randomized Controlled Trial Design for Virtual Reality-based Cognitive Rehabilitation among Children with Traumatic Brain Injury
Jiabin Shen, Assistant Professor, FAHSS, UML
3/15 Use of Massachusetts Public Health Data Warehouse to Combat Opioid Epidemic
Dana Bernson, Director of Special Analytic Projects, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
4/5 Applications of Simulations in Public Health Karyn Heavner, Assistant Teaching Professor, ZCHS, UML
4/19 Bayesian Statistics for Change-point Detection Nilabja Guha, Assistant Professor, Kennedy College
of Sciences, UML