Talks focused on translating recent advances in biostatistics into practice. Biostatistics Seminar Series
At a glance
Opportunity for
  • Continuing education on recent advances in biostatistics
  • All members of the Harvard Catalyst community, but primarily geared toward biostatisticians
Session Dates
  • Varies; see below for details

During the 2015-16 academic year, the Harvard Catalyst Biostatistics Program will present a series of talks based on recent advances in biostatistics, but with a focus on translation of those ideas to biostatistical practice. Speakers will provide detailed examples of the application of methods, often including discussion of software, code, and worked examples.

If you missed our December course on Methods of Analysis of Genetic Studies with Dr. Liming Liang, you can now view it on our Past Seminars page.

Upcoming Seminars

September Journal Club

Dianne Finkelstein, PhD
Professor of Biostatistics, HMS
September 14, 2016
MGH Biostatistics Center, 50 Staniford Street, Suite 560

Please join us for this meeting of the Harvard Catalyst Biostatistics Journal Club. The leader of this meeting will be Dr. Dianne Finkelstein, Professor of Biostatistics at Harvard Medical School. The following article will be discussed: Faiez Zannad et al. "When to Stop a Clinical Trial Early for Benefit: Lessons Learned and Future Approaches," Circulation: Heart Failure, 5, 294-302 (2012 ).

Journal Club Reading

October Journal Club

Hillary Keenan, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Joslin Diabetes Center
October 11, 2016
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Room 2-426

Latent Variable Modeling and Measurement

Karen Bandeen-Roche, PhD, and Qian-Li Xue, PhD
October 27, 2016, 12:30pm-4:30pm, Bornstein Amphitheater, BWH
October 28, 2016, 8:30am-12:00pm, 506 Minot Room, Countway Library

Please join Karen Bandeen-Roche, Hurley-Dorrier Professor and Chair, Department of Biostatistics at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Qian-Li Xue, Associate Professor of Medicine and Biostatistics at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. This short course will discuss latent variable modeling and applications to construct development, measurement, and validation.

See also our past biostatistics seminars.