|Tuesdays||(Fall Term only)|
|Advanced Methods in Biostatistics, Tuesdays, 12:30-3:30 pm, Carruthers Hall, Room 311|
Three term-hours. Fall every year.
M. Lam, P. Peng, D. Tu.
|An advanced course in the theoretical issues and analytical practices in epidemiology, and biostatistics. Major topics include the life-table method, demography and confounding and its solutions. Detailed design and analysis of cohort, case-referent and experimental studies shall be performed. Multifactor techniques including log-linear logistic and Cox's proportional hazards models will be discussed in detail.|
|Thursdays||(Fall & Winter Terms)|
|Advanced Epidemiology, Thursdays, 9:00-12:00 pm, Carruthers Hall, Room 311|
Three term- hours, fall and winter.
W. King, W. Pickett,
P. Groome, K. Aronson
PREREQUISITES: EPID-801*, EPID-804*, EPID-821* and EPID-822* or equivalent from other institutions.
|This course provides in-depth integration of advanced concepts in epidemiology, with theory and examples, including causation and causal inference, study design and conduct, alternate designs, confounding, effect modification, internal and external validity, misclassification, source populations, statistical power and sample size, epidemiologic data analysis and interpretation, meta-analysis and selected specific research areas. This is an advanced course intended primarily for Ph.D. students. Sessions consist of lectures, seminars, student presentations and discussions.|