News

Separation-proof random effects logistic regression - a sketch of some ideas

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Friday 10/19/2018, at 13:00 at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Prof Georg Heinze, Phd, Section for Clinical Biometrics, Medical University of Vienna.

Announcement of the conference Applied Statistics 2018 (Ribno, Slovenia)

The conference will be held in Ribno (Bled) from 23 - 26 September 2018. This year three distinguished speakers are invited:

  • Deborah Nolan, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Tiago de Paula Peixoto, University of Bath, UK
  • Fortunato Pesarin, Padua University, Italy

More at the conference website.

Cancer susceptibility genes. How strong is the evidence?

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Thursday, 5/24/2018, at 13:00 at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Prof John O'Quigley, Sorbonne University, Paris, France.

Klemen Pavlič, new PhD

Our young researcher, Klemen Pavlič, defended doctoral thesis on 4/10/2018. The title of his thesis is Estimation and comparison of net survival his supervisor was Assoc Prof Maja Pohar Perme, PhD.

Multi-state models for recurrent events

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Thursday, 4/12/2018, at 1:00 pm at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Prof Per Kragh Andersen (University of Copenhagen, Danmark).

Predictive genetics: from fortune telling to personalized medicine

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Tuesday, 3/27/2018, at 13:00 at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Prof Borut Peterlin, M.D., the head of the Clinical Institute of Medical Genetics.

About IBMI

Institute for Biostatistics and Medical Informatics (IBMI), formerly Institute for BioMedical Informatics (so still IBMI) was founded by the Faculty of Medicine as a result of a need for a unit which would perform, or coordinate, tasks related to data analysis and providing information, relevant for research in medicine. The programme of the institute, and its development, have been adjusting thorugh time to changes in financing and technological progress, but the basic aim remain the same: to support research in medicine. This is achieved through the following tasks:

Contact

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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine
Vrazov trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia

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