[Organised by the Finnish Epidemiology Society]
Professor Sander Greenland (UCLA School of Public Health) is a biostatistician and epidemiologist known for his contributions to meta-analysis, Bayesian inference and causal inference, among other topics. Greenland has published over 300 scientific papers, two of which have been cited over 500 times. He is the co-author of one of the standard textbooks on epidemiology, Modern Epidemiology.
The day will include elements from Sander's recent international presentations such as:
“Overthrowing the Tyranny of Null Hypotheses in Health and Medical Sciences.”
“Is Epidemiology too Difficult for Statisticians?"
“Causal Inference: Much More Than Just Statistics.”
“Integrating Bayesian and frequentist statistics, or: Seeing both sides of the same biased coin.”.
Registration by 31. August 2013 to Laura Laakso, email laura.k.salonen@helsinki..fi
Seminar Day fee 60 eur
Day includes lunch and coffee
NORDEAIBAN FI96 1078 3000 2224 88
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