Previous biannual seminars

During the last few years we have had some highly successful half-day biannual seminars on the following topics. 

To download the presentations from these meetings (if available), click on the seminar titles.

  • Longitudinal data analysis (October 1997)
  • Meta-analysis (March 1998)
  • Survival models (October 1998)
  • Multilevel modelling (March 1999)
  • Bayesian approaches to clinical trials (October 1999)
  • Model selection (March 2000)
  • Quality of life (October 2000)
  • Drug trials and development (October 2001)
  • Complex interventions (March 2002)
  • Statistical analysis of images (October 2002)
  • Analysis of data from RCTs: ITT and Beyond (March 2003)
  • Spatial epidemiology and disease monitoring (October 2003)
  • Missing data (March 2004)
  • Aspects of survival analysis (October 2004)
  • Design and analysis of early phase clinical trials (March 2005)
  • Bioinformatics (October 2005)
  • Genetic epidemiology (March 2006)
  • Screening for identification, efficiency and prediction (October 2006)
  • Celebrating the group's first ten years. Subfertility studies and trials of complex interventions (March 2007)
  • Developments in longitudinal data analysis (October 2007)
  • Interfaces between biostatistics and economics (March 2008)
  • Analysis Challenges arising from Post-Genomic High-Dimensional Datasets (October 2008)
  • Statistical issues in design and analysis of clinical trials (March 2009) 
  • Measurement error (October 2009)
  • Cluster analysis (March 2010)
  • Statistics in primary care (October 2010)
  • Latent variable modelling (March 2011)
  • Statistical issues in pharmacoepidemiology (October 2011)
  • Modern design issues in randomised controlled trials (March 2012)
  • Developments and challenges in observational data analysis (October 2012)
  • Multilevel modelling (March 2013)
  • Statistical methods in genetic epidemiology (October 2013)
  • Assessing predictive validity in survival models (March 2014)
  • Aspects of design in clinical trials (October 2014)
  • Issues in joint modelling (March 2015)
  • Missing data (October 2015)
  • Current issues in Biostatistics (March 2016)
  • Cluster randomised and stepped wedge trials (October 2016)
  • Clinical prediction models (March 2017)
  • Statistics for clinical research: the NIHR Statistics Group (November 2017)