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19 March 2007

Applied Statistics - Ken Kleinman

This week, the Applied Statistics Workshop will present a talk by Ken Kleinman, associate professor in the Department of Ambulatory Care and Prevention at the Harvard Medical School. Professor Kleinman received his Sc.D. from the Harvard School of Public Health. He has published widely in journals in medicine and epidemiology. His statistical research centers mainly on methods for clustered and longitudinal repeated measures data. Much of his recent work focuses on spatial surveillance for public health, with a particular interest in applications related to problems in detecting bioterrorism.

Professor Kleinman will present a talk entitled "Statistical issues (and some
solutions) around spatial surveillance for public health." The presentation will be at noon on Wednesday, March 14 in Room N354, CGIS North, 1737 Cambridge St. As always, lunch will be provided.

Posted by Mike Kellermann at March 19, 2007 8:12 AM