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2/27/24 Seminar: "Discovery of Critical Thresholds in Mixed Exposures and Estimation of Policy Intervention Effects using Targeted Learning"
Join us for a talk from David McCoy Ph.D.
Traditional regulations of chemical exposure tend to focus on single exposures, overlooking the potential amplified toxicity due to multiple concurrent exposures...Read more about 2/27/24 Seminar: "Discovery of Critical Thresholds in Mixed Exposures and Estimation of Policy Intervention Effects using Targeted Learning"
You can find a recording of Dr. Kiciman's Talk here.
Dr. Emre Kiciman, Senior Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, gave insightful and timely seminar on causal...Read more about 10/24/23 Seminar: Causal Inference and LLMs: A New Frontier
Purpose: Join us for an informal weekly gathering aimed at discussing and collaborating on biostatistics research topics, issues, and questions. We'll have guest presenters and Graduate Student Researchers (GSR) sharing their insights.
Date & Time: Tuesdays at noon for the Spring 2024 semester.
Location: Berkeley Way West, 5th Floor, Room 5401.
Audience: Primarily targeted towards CTML researchers and staff, but everyone is welcome to participate.
Note: Bring your own lunch (BYOL), and we'll provide light snacks and refreshments.
Find the Spring 2024 syllabus here
Monthly Biostatistics Research Social Hours sponsored by CTML
Purpose: Come and socialize with the vibrant biostatistics community during our monthly gathering of the Spring 2024 semester.
Date & Time: Tuesday, March 16th from 4-5pm
Location: Berkeley Way West, 5th Floor Terrace.
Audience: Open to the entire biostatistics community.