The Statistics in Epidemiology Section will sponsor a JSM short course on the joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data, taught by Joseph G. Ibrahim.
Quality and Productivity, Section News »
The Quality and Productivity Section will host several roundtable events at this year’s JSM in Seattle, Washington.
As part of the Government Statistics Section data challenge, eight contestants will present their work in two sessions during the Joint Statistical Meetings in Seattle, Washington.
Biometrics, Member News, Section News, Uncategorized »
This is the Biometrics Section News for May.
Mental Health, Section News »
The Mental Health Statistics Section aims to provide a forum for communication among statisticians and mental health researchers, facilitate development and use of sound statistical methodologies in mental health research, and promote career opportunities for statisticians in mental health research.
Q&P’s invited session for JSM 2015 is “Preparing Students to Work in Industry.”
Biometrics, Member News, Section News »
The Biometrics Section will sponsor two Continuing Education courses and six invited sessions at the 2015 Joint Statistical Meetings in Seattle, Washington. The section will also fund up to three projects, with total funding of $3,000 to $5,000 per project this year.
The ASA Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences will sponsor three roundtables covering topics from being a Bayesian in a collaborative environment to what it takes to be successful as a statistician in industry.
Daniels Durante of the University of Padova was awarded the David P. Byar Young Investigator Award for 2015. Nine travel awards were also given. Read about the winners and what the Biometrics Section has planned for JSM 2015.