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Brochure Statisticalps 2014 - Statistica Medica ed Epidemiologia

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HOW to REGISTER
OBJECTIVES of the COURSE
Three steps:
1) send the application form to the secretariat;
2) upon acceptance, proceed to payment;
3) send copy of the bank transfer.
Registration will be completed ONLY when step 3 is
completed.
Please note that: the maximum number of
participants is 30. Applications will be considered in
order of submission.
Eight places will be reserved to PhD students that
provide a letter of the supervisor in step 1. The
University of Milano-Bicocca might provide one
scholarship for participation of a PhD student.
Modalities for application are explained in the web
page.
The course gives a broad introduction to concepts
and methods in survival and event history analysis.
The goals for the course are:
- to understand the counting process formulation
underlying modern survival and event history
analysis, and be able to use it to derive heuristically
the statistical properties of the most used
estimators and test statistics;
- to understand the assumptions underlying the
commonly used methods in survival and event
history analysis, and be able to choose a suitable
model formulation in a practical setting;
- to be able to use statistical software to analyse
survival and event history data and to interpret the
result of an analysis.
The methods covered in the course have
applications in epidemiology, clinical medicine,
demography, economics, insurance, sociology, and
technical reliability.
DEADLINE for REGISTRATION is
20 January 2014
FEE
Registration fee will be inclusive of teaching
material, bus transfer, hotel accommodation and
meals (from 16 to 20 March included).
General participant:
1300 €
SISMEC/IBS Member:
1150 €
PhD student:
1000 €
REGISTRATION CANCELLATION
It must be submitted to the secretariat by February
15 to receive a refund, less a 50 Euro processing
fee. Refunds will not be granted after February 15.
HOW to PAY
By bank transfer to:
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Piazza Ateneo Nuovo 1, 20126 Milano
Bank: Banca Popolare di Sondrio – ag 29
Address: Piazza della Trivulziana 6, 20126 Milano
Account n: 000000200X71
SWIFT: POSOIT22XXX
IBAN: IT87 K056 9601 6280 0000 0200 X71
Reason of payment: Fee for StatisticAlps 2014
UNIVERSITY OF
MILANO-BICOCCA
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Center of Biostatistics for
Clinical Epidemiology
winter course on medical
statistics……in the alps
5th Edition
SURVIVAL AND EVENT
HISTORY ANALYSIS
Prof. Odd O. Aalen
University of Oslo, Norway
Prof. Ørnulf Borgan
COORDINATORS
Maria Grazia Valsecchi
Stefania Galimberti
Center of Biostatistics for Clinical Epidemiology
Department of Health Sciences
University of Milano-Bicocca
University of Oslo, Norway
Prof. Håkon K. Gjessing
Norwegian Institute of Public Health Oslo,
Norway
16 – 20 March 2014
PONTE DI LEGNO – BRESCIA, ITALY
SECRETARIAT
Miriam Puttini
e-mail: [email protected]
Tel:
+039.02.6448 8035
Fax:
+039.02.6448 8262
With the endorsement of
Società Italiana di Statistica Medica
ed Epidemiologia Clinica
International Biometric Society
PROGRAM
APPLICATION FORM
16 MARCH 2014
4TH DAY – 20 MARCH 2014
19.30
20.00
9.00:12.30 Local dependence
Dynamic path analysis
Causality
14.00-16.00 First passage time models and threshold
regression
16.30:18.30 Tutorials
Registration
Welcome Dinner
1ST DAY – 17 MARCH 2014
9.00:13.00 Introduction to survival and event history
analysis
Counting processes, martingales, and
stochastic integrals
The multiplicative intensity model and the
Nelson-Aalen estimator
Product integrals and the Kaplan-Meier
estimator
Log-rank type tests for the multiplicative
intensity model
14.30:16.00 Competing risks and multistate models
The empirical transition matrix (AalenJohansen estimator)
16.30:18.30 Tutorials
2ND DAY – 18 MARCH 2014
9.00:13.00 Cox regression and other relative risk
regression models
Nested case-control and case-cohort studies
Additive regression
14.30:16.00 Parametric models and Poisson regression
16.30:18.30 Tutorials
3RD DAY – 19 MARCH 2014
8.30:12.30 Unobserved heterogeneity: the odd effects
of frailty
Frailty models for recurrent events and
clustered data
Marginal and dynamic models for recurrent
events and clustered data
19.30
Course closure – Social Dinner
PLEASE, FILL THIS FORM AND SEND IT TO THE
SECRETARIAT
FAX: +039-02-6448 8262
OR DOWNLOAD THIS FORM FROM THE COURSE WEB
PAGE AND SEND IT BY
E-MAIL TO THE SECRETARIAT
NAME: _________________________________________
SURNAME: ______________________________________
The course is based on the book Event History Analysis:
A Process Point of View by Aalen, Borgan and Gjessing
(Springer-Verlag, New York, 2008)
TUTORS
L. Antolini, P. Rebora and D. Bernasconi
Center of Biostatistics for Clinical Epidemiology
Department of Health Sciences
University of Milano-Bicocca
POSITION: _______________________________________
INSTITUTION/COMPANY: ___________________________
________________________________________________
________________________________________________
ADDRESS: _______________________________________
CITY: ___________________________________________
Prerequisites are specified in the course web page.
A personal laptop with the most recent copy of R
installed is required for tutorials.
POSTAL CODE: ___________________________________
COUNTRY: _______________________________________
Participants will have the possibility to enjoy winter
sports or to spend time for individual study during the
half day break.
TEL: _____________________________________________
E-MAIL: __________________________________________
COURSE VENUE
Hotel Mirella ****
Via Roma 21, Ponte di Legno (BS)
Tel: +39.0364.900500 - Fax: +39.0364.900530
http://www.hotelmirella.it
FEE CATEGORY:
General participant:
SISMEC/IBS Member:
PhD student:
COURSE WEB PAGE
SEE “HOW TO REGISTER” FOR FURTHER DETAILS
www.statmed.medicina.unimib.it/statisticalps2014/statisticalps.htm
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