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Canadian Journal of Statistics Award 2017

The Canadian Journal of Statistics Award is presented each year by the Statistical Society of Canada to the authors of an article published in the journal, in recognition of the outstanding quality of the methodological innovation and presentation. This year’s winner is the article entitled “Probability-scale residuals for continuous, discrete, and censored data.” (Volume 44, […]

Cancer Epidemiology Faculty Candidate Seminar- May 23, 2017

PLEASE JOIN US Cancer Epidemiology Faculty Candidate Seminar Melinda Aldrich, PhD, MPH Assistant Professor, Department of Thoracic Surgery Division of Epidemiology, Department of Medicine Vanderbilt University “Importance of Diverse Populations for Advancing Precision Medicine for Lung Cancer” May 23, 2017 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Wolstein Research Building Room 3-136

Cancer Epidemiology Faculty Candidate Seminar April 26, 2017

Cancer Epidemiology Faculty Candidate Seminar Sarah Coseo Markt, ScD, MPH Research Associate Department of Epidemiology Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Integrative Approaches to Cancer Epidemiology April 26, 2017 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Wolstein Research Building Room 3-136

Public Health Faculty Candidate Seminar April 19, 2017

Public Health Faculty Candidate Seminar Alicia L. Battle, PhD, MCHES Assistant Professor College of Health and Human Services Department of Addictions Studies & Behavioral Health, Governors State University “A Jedi Public Health Educator Must Have the Deepest Commitment, the Most Serious Mind” April 19, 2017 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM Wolstein Research Building Room 4-136

Rebecca Carter’s Dissertation Proposal, April 19th

You are invited to attend Rebecca Carter’s Dissertation Proposal on Wednesday April 19th at 10am in WG-86.  The title of her proposal is Antibiotic Use in Nursing Homes. Description: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria cause over 2.5 million infections and 23,000 deaths annually. Nursing homes, where experts estimate that 25% to 75% of antibiotic prescriptions are inappropriate or unnecessary, […]

Satya Sahoo to lead multi-institutional ”Big Data” project

Case Western Reserve University is one of three institutions nationwide to win federal “Big Data” grants focused on  ensuring the integrity and comparability of health care information nationwide. Dr. Satya Sahoo, assistant professor, leads a team that includes researchers from Harvard and UCLA. Read full story in The Daily.