64. Biometrisches Kolloquium
Biometrie: gelebte Vielfalt
25.-28. März 2018
an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

The invited talks of renowned scientists from Australia, Austria, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, UK, USA and Germany on various biometrical topics will become special highlights.

Keynote speakers:

  • Martin Schumacher (University of Freiburg)
  • Martin Posch (Medical University of Vienna)

Section "Statistics in Practice":

  • Hein Putter (Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands)

Invited Lectures:

  • Conny Berlin (Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland) in the section on „Safety Assessment“
  • Patrick Bossuyt (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) in the section on „Diagnostic Trials“
  • Joachim Gerß (University of Münster, Germany) in the section on „Bayesian Approaches“
  • Jon Michael Gran (University of Oslo, Norway) in the section on „Survival Analysis“
  • Thomas Jaki (Lancaster University, UK) in the section on „Adaptive Designs“
  • Ruth Keogh (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK) in the section on “Statistical Methods in Epidemiology“
  • Raivo Kolde (Philips Research, Cambridge, MA, USA) in the section on „Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics”
  • Elena Marchiori (Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands) in the section on „Machine Learning“
  • Jan de Neve (Ghent University, Belgium) in the section on „Nonparametric Methods“
  • David Phillippo (University of Bristol, UK) in the section on „Health Technology Assessments
  • Kit Roes (University Medical Center Utrecht, Niederlande) in the section on „Rare Diseases“
  • Ian White (University College London, UK) in the sections on „Meta Analyses” and „Estimands and Missing Values in Clinical Trials“
  • Emlyn Williams (Australian National University, Canberra, Australien) in the section on „Biometrical Methods in Agriculture, Forestry and Ecology“

Unfortunately, the talk of Christel Faes (Hasselt University, Belgium) in the section on "Bayesian Approaches" had to be cancelled.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Department of Medicine of the Goethe University Frankfurt and the Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft.