PSI ToxSIG Webinar: Beyond the looking glass - Interpreting animal welfare & behaviour by monitoring & assessing mice activity data
Analysing continuously collected locomotive activity data to interpret mice welfare and behaviour.
IQVIA, 500 Brook Drive, Reading, RG2 6UU
This is the inaugural meeting of the recently relaunched New Starters Special Interest Group. The aim of this meeting is to provide a relaxed environment for early career statisticians to network and interact with their peers across the industry.
This is the inaugural meeting of the recently relaunched New Starters Special Interest Group. The aim of this meeting is to provide a relaxed environment for early career statisticians to network and interact with their peers across the industry. We will provide a program of informal talks alongside breakout and ice-breaker sessions in order to facilitate discussion amongst attendees. For this one-day meeting the audience will be peers with similar levels of experience and sessions will include content of interest to statisticians early in their careers. In addition to presentations from fellow statisticians there will be a workshop on estimands and ample opportunity to connect with colleagues across the industry.
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The agenda for the day is as follows:
|10:30||Propensity Score Matching and Missing Data Analysis
Quratul Ann (IQVIA)
Maria Efstathiou (IQVIA)
Marta Bacmaga (IQVIA)
|14:30||Multiple Imputation Methods for Handling Missingness
Sophie Hodge (IQVIA)
|15:30||Transitioning from Programmer to Biostatisticians
Emma Martin (PPD)
|16:00||Experiences in a Large Pharma Company
Xinyi Zhu (GSK)
|16:30||Clinical Trials in Pregnant Women
Tasmin Arnould (Veramed)
Quratul Ann - Propensity Score Matching and Missing Data Analysis
Maria Efstathiou - Estimands Workshop
Marta Bacmaga - Contrast Statements
Sophie Hodge - Multiple Imputation Methods for Handling Missingness
Emma Martin - Transitioning from Programmer to Biostatisticians
Tasmin Arnould - Clinical Trials in Pregnant Women