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28 April 2008

Jamie Robins on "Estimation of Direct Effects in Different Contexts"

Please join us for the final applied statistics workshop when Jamie Robins , Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health, will Present "Estimation of Direct Effects in different contexts: Pure and natural direct effects, Pathway-specific estimation, principal stratification, mendelian randomization, testing the exclusion restriction , and surrogate markers". Jamie will be sampling from the following papers during his talk:

paper 1
paper 2
paper 3
paper 4

The Applied Statistics workshop meets in room N-354, CGIS-Knafel 1737 Cambridge. The workshop begins at 12noon with a light lunch, with our presentations beginning at 1215 and usually ending around 130 pm.

Posted by Justin Grimmer at 10:48 PM