Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology

Past courses

Epidemiology II

Applied Longitudinal Analysis

Biostatistics II

Survival Analysis

Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Health Programs

Effectiveness Research with Longitudinal Healthcare Databases

Tables for epidemiologists using Stata®

Meta-analysis using Stata®

Analysis of prospective studies with Stata®

Multiple Imputation using Stata®

Biostatistics I

Applied Linear Regression

Epidemiology I

Applied Logistic Regression

Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis

Basics of Stata®

Data Visualization with Stata®

Survival Analysis with Competing Risks with Stata®

Joint Models for Longitudinal and Survival Data with Stata®

Epidemiology II

Applied Longitudinal Analysis

Biostatistics II

Survival Analysis

Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Health Programs: Systems Approaches and Techniques (Harvard School of Public Health)

Basics of Stata®

Tables for epidemiologists using Stata®

Analysis of prospective studies with Stata®

Biostatistics I

Applied Linear Regression

Quantile Methods

Epidemiology I

Applied Logistic Regression

Introduction to Social and Biological Networks

Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis

Basics of Stata®

Meta-analysis using Stata®

Introduction to Stata® for survival analysis

Causal Inference

Randomized Clinical Trials

Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis

Introduction to Stata® for survival analysis

Applied Longitudinal Analysis

Biostatistics II

Evidence Based Public Health

Modern Epidemiology

Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Programs

Survival Analysis

Flexible dose-response analysis with Stata®

Introduction to Stata®

Multiple imputation of missing data with Stata®

Applied Logistic Regression

Applied Linear Regression

Applied Quantile Regression

Biostatistics I

Missing data in observational and randomized studies

Principles of Epidemiology

Introduction to Stata®

Meta-analysis using Stata®

Tables for epidemiologists using Stata®