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PHEnOM Seminar Series

PHEnOM hosts a weekly seminar series during the academic year. All students, faculty and other researchers interested in this area will be encouraged to attend the seminar series. The 1.5 hour seminar will be held in the Rm H371 at the Health Sciences Building (directions) every Wednesday 3 - 4:30pm.
To present at the PHEnOM seminar series, contact Norma Coe at nbcoe@uw.edu.

This quarter, PHEnOM, in collaboration with Patient Centered Outcomes Research Partnership (PCORP), will showcase a methods series on Methodological Frontiers on Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER). It will highlight nine advanced methods topics to be presented by experts to highlight the applicability of these methods to CER.

Winter 2015 Schedule

01/7/2015
NO SEMINAR,
01/14/2015
Scott Emerson, University of Washington
Methods Topic: Clinical trials
Bayesian and Frequentist Inference Following Adaptive Trial Design
01/21/2015
Susan Shortreed,Group Health Research Institute
Methods Topic: Dynamic Treatments
Constructing Optimal Dynamic Antipsychotic Treatment Regimes for Patients with Schizophrenia
01/28/2015
Abraham Flaxman, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Methods Topic: Meta-Regression
The Integrative Meta-regression Framework from the Global Burden of Disease (DisMod-MR)
02/04/2015
Ruth Etzioni,Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Methods Topic: Simulation Modeling
Simulation modeling as a tool for comparative effectiveness: an overview illustrated by examples from cancer research
02/11/2015
Ali Shojaie, University of Washington
Methods Topic: Machine Learning
TBA
02/18/2015
Carrie Bennette, University of Washington
Methods Topic: Value of Information
Minimal Modeling Value of Information Analyses for Prioritization Decisions within a Cancer Clinical Trials Cooperative Group
02/25/2015
Holly Janes, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Methods Topic: Treatment Effect Heterogeneity (Biomarker Evaluation)
TBA
03/04/2014
Donald Hedeker,University of Chicago, IL
Methods Topic: Intensive Longitudinal Data
TBA
03/11/2015
Anirban Basu, University of Washington
Methods Topic: Instrumental Variables and Heterogeneity
Understanding identification in instrumental variables methods and its application in comparative effectiveness research