Bristol Population Health Science Institute: Networking Lunch Seminar

25 April 2018, 12.00 PM - 25 April 2018, 2.30 PM

OS6 Seminar Room, Oakfield House

Population Health Science Institute & School of Mathematics networking lunch Seminar

The purpose of this meeting is to explore collaboration opportunities between the Integrative Epidemiology Unit (and Population Health Sciences more generally) and Mathematics and Statistics.  It consists of 6 short talks from both ends of the spectrum, emphasising possible links and opportunities. The is also a free lunch with networking opportunities. Please do come along!

Please email Marie Woods to confirm your attendance for catering purposes. Please state if you have any dietary requirements

12 - 1 pm: Session 1:

Welcome – Dan Lawson: Opportunities for collaboration between Population Health Sciences and Mathematics

Jack Bowden – Robust instrumental variable methods for two sample summary data Mendelian randomization

Gibran Hemani - Building causal networks and then putting them to use


1.30 - 2.30pm: Session 2:

Haeran Cho - Modern change-point problems

Neil Davies - When the correlations don't work: inferring the effects of drugs using electronic medical records

Jonty Rougier - Modern alternatives to ANOVA

2:30 - 3 pm - Opportunitity for further discussion 

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