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Published paper in Statistics in Medicine with possible application for COVID-19 alert system

Janez Stare and Nina Ružić Gorenjec published a paper with Robin Henderson (Newcastle University) titled Random Cancers as Supported by Registry Data in the journal Statistics in Medicine with a possible application for the establishment of an alert system for COVID-19 epidemic in Slovenia based on proportion of confirmed cases out of daily conducted tests (available here in Slovenian language).

Fourth meeting of the Young Statisticians from Statistical Society of Slovenija

Mlada sekcija Statističnega društva Slovenije vas vabi na svoje četrto srečanje, ki bo potekalo v torek, 21. 4. 2020, od 19. ure naprej. Gostitelj srečanja bo tokrat Inštitut za biostatistiko in medicinsko informatiko (IBMI) Medicinske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani. Srečanje bo potekalo prek spleta, kot spletni seminar na portalu Webex. Še povezava na prijavo.

Lecture of biostatistical centre are canceled

The lecture that should happen on March, 25th 2020 is canceled. The lectures of biostatistical centre will continue when possible according to the state regulations.

A gentle introduction to copula modeling

The lecture that should happen on March, 25th 2020 is canceled. The lectures of biostatistical centre will continue when possible according to the state regulations.

A lecture of mathematical colloquium (recommended also by Biostatistical Center) will take place on Tuesday 3/24/2020, at 14:15 at lecture room 2.05, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Jadranska 21. The lecture shall be given by Prof Christian Genest, PhD, McGill University, Canada.

Lessons learned from using Tweedie’s compound Poisson model

Another lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Friday 2/28/2020, at 12:00 at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Assist Prof Michael D. Burnard, PhD, InnoRenew CoE and University of Primorska, Institute Andrej Marušič.

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:

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

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