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SMART Clinical Trial Design to Develop Effective Dynamic Treatment Regimens


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Three quantitative methods workshops will be offered in July 2018. Dr. Kelley Kidwell, Associate Professor of Biostatistics at U-M, will offer a two-day course on Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trials (SMARTs) and Dynamic Treatment Regimens on July 9-10. Dr. Aidan Wright, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, will offer a 2.5-day course on longitudinal data analysis using multilevel modeling (also known as hierarchical linear modeling, mixed effects modeling, etc.) from July 11-13, and a three-day introductory course on structural equation modeling on July 23-25.

Learn more or register here. You may also contact either of the organizers for more information: kelleymkidwell@gmail.com or wright.aidan@gmail.com 

Earlier Event: July 3
ABS Member Meeting