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Unit Seminar Series

The Medical Statistics and Epidemiology Seminar Series presents research in applied statistics and epidemiology. Seminars are principally for Division of Health Sciences staff and research students, however, visitors are also welcome to attend.

The seminar series runs approximately three times per term with a mix of internal and external speakers. This is a fairly informal programme in which staff and research students are encouraged to present their current work and to exchange ideas.

Meetings take place in the Medical School Building on the Gibbet Hill Campus unless otherwise specified. Lunch will usually be provided after seminars delivered by external speakers. If you wish to be added to the seminar mailing list or for any other enquiries regarding the seminars please email t.hamborg (at)


Spring Term Seminar Series 2014

Tuesday 04 February
12:30 - 13:30
(Room A-042)
Ric Crossman
Classifying is Fun and Easy (and sometime imprecise)
A quick tour through the topic of classification; it's wide field of applications and basic ideas, focussing on the construction of classification trees, and why and how one might build them using the theory of imprecise probability.
Monday 24 February
12:30 - 13:30
(Room A-042)
Cornelia Kunz
Incorporating binary short-term endpoints in multi-stage phase II oncology trials
Adaptive three-stage phase II/III designs with endpoint and treatment selection

(PDF Document) Abstract CK

Tuesday 25 March
12:00 - 13:00
(Room A-042)
Tom Palmer & Cornelia Kunz
A gentle introduction to Stata for a non-specialist audience

Winter Term Seminar Series 2013/14

Wednesday 04 Sept.
12:30 - 13:30
(Room A-150)
Louise Hartley
Increased consumption of fruit and vegetables for the primary prevention of cardiovascular diseases – A Cochrane systematic review

(Word Document) Abstract LH 

Rebecca Johnson
Practising Partnership: A qualitative analysis of public health and local authority co-implementation of health and mental wellbeing improvement interventions.

(Word Document) Abstract RJ

Tuesday 29 October
12:00 - 13:00
(Room A-030)

 Prof Nuala Sheehan
Mendelian Randomisation for Causal Inference in Observational Epidemiology
 (Word Document)Abstract NS


Tuesday 03 December
12:00 - 13:00
(Room T0.08)
Dipesh Mistry