19 January 2010

Research Committee Webinar on "Applications of Bayesian Statistics for Biosurveillance"

The ISDS Research Committee will be hosting a topical webinar on: "Applications of Bayesian Statistics for Biosurveillance," to address questions including:

* How can I combine recent trends with historical data behavior for improved population health visualization?

* How can Bayesian statistics be used to make classical alerting algorithms more relevant to the current data?

* How can analytical methods clarify the use of newly available, multidimensional, clinical evidence from electronic health records and other data sources?

At a special time to accommodate an international panel:

Rochelle Watkins, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia
David Banks, Duke University
Owen Devine, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Greg Cooper, University of Pittsburgh RODS Laboratory

Time: Thursday, January 28 at 7 PM, US Eastern Time (Friday, January 29 at 8 AM, Australia)

Agenda: 4 short presentations followed by discussion

Register for the Webinar here

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