Annual Workshop

The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center Cancer Data Sciences Program hosts an annual lunch to discuss topics related to biostatistics and computational biology as well as topics from related departments, such as population science and cancer biology. The purpose of the workshop is to bring program members together to learn about emerging areas in cancer research with substantial statistical content and encourage new collaborations. Speakers come from both inside and outside the DF/HCC community.

 

Statisticians impacting clinical care:
practice-changing clinical trials

October 9, 2015    12:00-3:00pm

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Yawkey Conference Center

 

Speakers

 

Practice Changing Trials from ECOG-ACRIN
Judith Manola, MS
Biostatistician
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

 

The International Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma (mRCC) Database Consortium (IMDC) Prognostic Model: Development, Validation, and Relevance in Clinical Practice       
Wanling Xie, MS
Biostatistician
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute     

 

Changing the Care of Breast Cancer: The IBCSG Statistical Center
Meredith Regan ScD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School


 

 Followed by a panel discussion with Giovanni Parmigiani,
David Schoenfeld, Robert Gray and Rebecca Betensky

 

Registration required, deadline October 2, 2015.

To register: Click here, then fill out the form.

 

Previous workshop speakers and topics