Special Interest Groups

Our special interest groups (SIGs) are a forum for members to discuss topics of mutual interest, keep updated on developments in a particular area of industry, to organise events on their specialist field and/or to collaborate on developing the science of that field. Our current SIGs cover a wide range of topics as set out below. We also have a working party looking at the statistical implications of greater clinical trial data sharing and a group of volunteers providing a statistical briefing service on health stories in the lay media.
 

For further information on any of the SIGs, take a look at their pages on the website using the links below, or for general enquiries please contact Adam Crisp (adam.x.crisp@gsk.com) PSI Scientific Committee SIG liaison lead.


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  • PSI Training Course - Bayesian Practical Course using R and SAS - Dates: 18 – 19 Feb, 2020

    This practical training course will give a deep dive into performing Bayesian analyses in R and SAS. It is aimed at statisticians who need to be able to conduct Bayesian analyses as part of their day to day work. By the end of the course participants will be able to conduct their own analyses.
  • PSI Scientific Committee Webinar - Longitudinal modelling: Time to take the next step? - Dates: 18 – 18 Nov, 2019

    Longitudinal data, i.e. data that arises from repeated observations of the variable over a period of time, has long been put forward as one way to improve to the efficiency of drug development. However, even though there is a rich statistical methodology for longitudinal data, there is no full, wholehearted uptake of these methods in pharmaceutical statistics..
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