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Biostatistics

2014

Winter 2014

Some of the purposes of these sessions are: to promote biostatistics and biostatistical methodology; serve as a learning opportunity for both students and faculty; foster communication, collaboration, professionalism, career development.

The format will be varied: seminar presentations, journal club, discussions of work in progress, interact with visitors, etc.

Who is invited: biostatisticians and biostatisticians in training; all other hyphenated-, unhyphenated- and soon-to-be-statisticians with interests in applied statistics.

Clone of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health

Purvis Hall

The Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health offers separate graduate training programs in each of its three broadly defined disciplines. Please refer to the Graduate Studies page for more information on the prerequisites and training requirements for the degrees specific to each discipline.

Clone of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health2


Purvis Hall

The Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health offers separate graduate training programs in each of its three broadly defined disciplines. Please refer to the Graduate Studies page for more information on the prerequisites and training requirements for the degrees specific to each discipline.

2013

January

15 January 2013

Dr. Eric Laber, Assistant professor, Department of statistics, North Carolina State University

Topic: Adaptive Inferrence After Model Selection 

Biostatistics Seminar

25Sep201215:30
Purvis Hall 1020 Pine Ave West, Room 25, 1020 avenue des Pins Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1A2, CA

Biostatistics Seminars: Heungsun Hwang, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, McGill University. A New Approach to Structural Equation Modeling: Genearlized stuctured component analysis.

Biostatistics Seminar

25Sep201215:30
Purvis Hall 1020 Pine Ave West, Room 25, 1020 avenue des Pins Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1A2, CA

Biostatistics Seminars: Heungsun Hwang, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, McGill University. A New Approach to Structural Equation Modeling: Genearlized stuctured component analysis.

2012

January

10 January

Willy Wynant, PhD Candiate- Biostatistics, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University.
Topic:  Inference about time-dependent and non-linear covariate effects in survival analysis: impact of model mis-specification.

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Biostatistics: Program Requirements

M.Sc. Non-Thesis

Training in statistical theory and methods, applied data analysis, scientific collaboration, communication, and report writing by coursework and project.

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