Invited and contributed talks

Invited talks

“Extended multivariate generalised linear and non-linear mixed effect models”. MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge, 5th October 2017.

“Parametric multi-state survival analysis: Flexible modelling with transition-specific distributions and obtaining clinically useful predictions.” Keele University, 28th September 2017.

“A general multilevel estimation framework: Multivariate joint models and more”. Statistical Analysis of Multi-Outcome Data international conference, University of Liverpool, 3rd July 2017.

“A general multilevel estimation framework: Multivariate joint models and more”. Institute for Statistics, University of Ulm, Germany, 5th May 2017.

“Parametric multi-state survival analysis: Flexible modelling with transition-specific distributions and obtaining clinically useful predictions.” Centre for Statistical Methodology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 31st March 2017.

“Parametric multi-state survival analysis: Flexible modelling with transition-specific distributions and obtaining clinically useful predictions.” Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, 29th March 2017.

“A general multilevel estimation framework in Stata: Multivariate joint models and more”. Statistics workshop on multi-centre longitudinal and survival data analysis in medical research. Cape Town, South Africa, 6th-7th February 2017.

“Parametric transition-specific multi-state survival models with application to estimating the length of stay.” Workshop on multi-state survival analysis, Berlin, 24th-25th November 2016.

“Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy, 31st March 2016.

“The stjm package in Stata: Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” Joint Statistical Meeting, Seattle, 9th-13th August 2015.

“Flexible parametric joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” Workshop on flexible models for longitudinal and survival data with applications in biostatistics, University of Warwick, 27th-29th July 2015.

“Multilevel mixed effects parametric survival analysis.” International Workshop on Epidemiological Approaches to Evaluating Cancer Survival, Università degli Studi di Genova, 15th June 2015.

“Multilevel mixed effects parametric survival analysis and a new accelerated failure time model.” MRC CTU at UCL, 27th April 2015.

“Simulating simple and complex survival data.” Stata UK Users’ Group Meeting, Cass Business School, 11th September 2014.

“Flexible joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data: Implementation in Stata.” Statistical Analysis of Multi-Outcome Data Workshop, University of Cambridge, 30th June-1st July 2014.

“Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data in biomedical research.” Probability and Statistics Group seminar series, University of Manchester, 21st May 2014.

“Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data in biomedical research.” Department of Medical Statistics seminar series, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 5th February 2014.

“A general framework for parametric survival analysis”. 6th International Conference of the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics Working Group on Computational and Methodological Statistics (ERCIM 2013), University of London, 14th-16th December 2013.

“An introduction to joint models for repeatedly measured biomarkers and time-to-event data in biomedical research.” Centre for Health Economics seminar series, University of York, 11th February 2013.

“Development and application of joint models for repeatedly measured biomarkers and time-to-event data in biomedical research.” Joint meeting of RSS West Midlands Local group and MRC Midland Hub for Trials Methodology, University of Birmingham, 8th November 2012.

“Life on the inside: Experiences as a StataCorp intern.” Stata UK Users’ Group Meeting, Cass Business School, 14th September 2012.

“Flexible parametric joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” Workshop on methodological developments and applications of flexible parametric survival models, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, November 2011.

Contributed talks

“A general multilevel estimation framework: Multivariate joint models and more”. Stata UK Meeting, Cass Business School, 8th September 2017.

“Multi-state survival analysis in Stata”. Stata UK Meeting, Cass Business School, London, 8th-9th September 2016.

“Parametric multi-state survival models: Flexible modelling allowing transition-specific distributions with application to estimating clinically useful measures of absolute risk”. International Society for Clinical Biostatistics Annual Conference, Birmingham, August 2016.

“Prognostic value of trends in blood pressure: a joint modelling study of 85,428 measurements in 5,246 patients using electronic health records.” Farr Institute International Conference, St Andrews, 26th-28th August 2015.

“Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data incorporating delayed entry: application to repeatedly measured mammographic breast density and breast cancer survival”. International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Vienna, August 2014.

“Bayesian modelling of multivariate biomarker data using informative prior distributions in order to predict clinical outcomes”. International Society for Bayesian Analysis World Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, 16th July 2014.

“Multilevel mixed effects parametric survival analysis”. Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers, University of Warwick, 3rd-4th April 2014.

“Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics Seminar, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, 12th November 2013.

“Simulating biologically plausible complex survival data” in the workshop “Methods for dealing with treatment switching in clinical trials.” ISPOR European Congress, Dublin, November 2013.

“Multilevel mixed effects parametric survival analysis.” Stata UK Users’ Group Meeting, Cass Business School, September 2013.

“A general framework for parametric survival analysis”. International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Munich, August 2013.

“Simulating biologically plausible complex survival data”. Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers, University of Liverpool, March 2013.

“stgenreg: A Stata package for general parametric survival analysis.” Stata UK Users’ Group Meeting, Cass Business School, September 2012.

“Adjusting for measurement error in baseline prognostic biomarkers: A joint modelling approach”. International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Bergen, August 2012.

“Joint modelling of repeatedly measured biomarkers and time-to-event data.” Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers, University of Leicester, April 2012.

“Simulating complex survival data.” Stata Nordic and Baltic Users’ Group Meeting, Karolinska Institutet, November 2011.

“Flexible parametric joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” Stata UK Users’ Group Meeting, Cass Business School, September 2011.

“Flexible joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data.” International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Ottawa, August 2011.

“Individual patient data meta-analyses of survival data using Poisson regression models.” Young Statisticians Meeting, University of Southampton, April 2011.

“Individual patient data meta-analyses of survival data using Poisson regression models.” Methods in Meta-Analysis Meeting, Royal Statistical Society, January 2011

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