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Past Seminars

2022-2023 Seminar Series

2022-2023 Seminar Series

DATE TITLE SPEAKER
5/8/23 Importance of Raw Data and Statistical Methods in Digital Phenotyping Jukka-Pekka Onnela, School of Public Health at Harvard University
5/1/23 Spatial Transcriptomics Analysis with Giotto Guocheng Yuan, Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai
4/24/23 Integrating Mechanistic and Neural Structures in Statistical Spatio-temporal Dynamical Models: Modeling the Spread of Mega-fire Fronts Chris Wikle, University of Missouri
4/17/23 A Statistical Toolbox for Sequential Human Activity Data Julian Wolfson, University of Minnesota
4/10/23 Causal Inference Challenges that Go Beyond Statistics Lucy D'Agostino McGowan, Wake Forest University
3/27/23 Data thinning for convolution-closed distributions Daniela Witten, University of Washington
3/6/23 Tumor subclone detection and niche differential expression analysis on spatial transcriptomics data Nancy Zhang, The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania
2/27/23 Power and Sample Size Calculations for Evaluating Spillover Effects in Networks with Non-randomized Interventions Natallia Katenka, The University of Rhode Island.
2/6/23 Statistical Significance Makes our Mission: Impossible Mariel Finucane, Mathematica
12/5/22 PDA: a new framework of algorithms for clinical evidence generation using real-world data from distributed research networks Yong Chen
11/28/22 Imaging and Clinical Biomarker Estimation in Alzheimer’s Disease Ani Eloyan
11/14/22 Three-step latent class modeling: an introduction and recent developments Jeroen Vermunt
11/7/22 MHS Showcase

Nel Jason Haw, PhD Epidemilogy

Yun Wen Xu, PhD Epidemiology

Yijun Li, PhD Epidemiology

Claire Smith, PhD Epidemiology

10/31/22  High Dimensional Mediation Analysis Lei Liu, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
10/17/22 A Bayesian Approach to Mapping High-Dimensional Directed Brain Networks Tingting Zhang, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Statistics
10/3/22 Deep-learning based patient survival prediction on multi-modal dat Lana Garmire, University of Michigan, Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics Department
09/26/22 Transportability of prediction models Jon Steingrimsson, Brown University, Biostatistics Department
9/12/22 Psychometrics and Intensive Longitudinal Data Daniel McNeish, Arizona State University, Psychology Department

Past Seminar Schedules

 2020-20212019-2020 | 2018-2019 | 2016-2017

For older seminars, please contact Erica Tunstall at etunsta2@jhu.edu.