Department of Public Health Sciences

Department of

Public Health Sciences

DEPARTMENT OF

Public Health Sciences

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Recent Presentations (Dr. McIsaac)


  • Analysis of Data with Multiple Sources of Missingness. XXVIIIth International Biometric Conference (invited); 2016
     
  • Building a research career: From new investigator to present. Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting; 2016. (Organizing Committee)
     
  • What I know now: Advice on maximizing graduate school and early career experience. ENAR Spring Meeting; 2016. (Organizer)
     
  • Careers in Statistics: Skills for Success. ENAR Spring Meeting; 2015. (Chair; Organizing Committee)
     
  • Interviews, Grants, and Family Balance for New Investigators: A Panel Discussion. Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting; 2015. (Chair)
     
  • Designing Studies with Incomplete Data: An Adaptive Approach to Optimal Response-Dependent Mean Score Sampling. Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting; 2015
     
  • Optimal allocation of limited resources: Adaptive two-phase sampling designs for biomarker studies. Joint Statistical Meetings (invited); 2015
     
  • An Introduction to Missing Data. Department of Public Health Sciences PhD Journal Club, Queen’s University; 2015
     
  • Covariates Missing By Design. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McGill University; 2014
     
  • Adaptive Multi-Phase Sampling for Asymptotically-Optimal Mean Score Analyses. ICSA/KISS Joint Applied Statistics Symposium (invited); 2014
     
  • Incomplete Data and Multi-Phase Sampling Designs. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Ottawa; 2014
     
  • Adaptive Sampling for Asymptotically-Optimal Weighted Likelihood Analysis. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Queen’s University; 2014
     
  • Statistical Methods for Design and Analysis of Studies with Incomplete Data. Public Health Seminar Series, Queen’s University; 2013
     
  • Analyses of Incomplete Data with Incorrect Auxiliary Models. New Principal Investigators Meeting (invited); 2013
     
  • Asymptotic Biases and Misspecified Models for Missing Data. Joint Statistical Meetings; 2013
     
  • Missing Data Strategies for Clinical Trials in Dermatology. ICSA/ISBS Joint Statistics Conference (invited); 2013
     
  • Misspecified Models in Analyses of Incomplete Clinical Trial Data. Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting; 2013