Föreläsningar och seminarier SFOepi-funded Workshop Nonlinear Longitudinal Modelling in R

2024-05-06 till
2024-05-08 Add to iCal
Campus Flemingsberg Blickagången 16, NEO, room Erna Möller and Gene level 5

Join this 3-day applied workshop in longitudinal modelling with the developers of the NLIVE package for R, supported by SFOepi.

Dive into advanced methods for evaluating changes occurring in aging (e.g., cognitive, physical function), using real-world data examples. Learn non-linear models (e.g., Sigmoidal curves and Piecewise Mixed Models). Bring your data, engage in hands-on exercises, and receive expert feedback. Don't miss this interactive opportunity to enhance your skills in longitudinal trajectory analysis.


Ana Capuano, Associate Professor Biostatistics, Rush University, Co-leader data and statistical core of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, PI TAATA Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, PI TAATA

Donald Hedeker, Professor of Public Health Sciences, The University of Chicago

Maude Wagner, Assistant Professor Biostatistics, Rush University

Registration link Please note that space is limited!

Due to the high volume of registrations, deadline to apply for workshop participation: February 28th, 2024. 

For scientists from low/mid-income countries (LMIC) there will be limited travel assistantships. Deadline to apply for travel assistantships is March 1st, 2024

KI junior researchers and ISTAART members will be given priority. Free ISTAART membership


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Anna Marseglia

Postdoktor;Annan Grund

Organizing persons

Anna Marseglia NVS-Division of Clinical Geriatrics, anna.marseglia@ki.se

Caroline Dartora NVS-Division of Clinical Geriatrics, caroline.dartora@ki.se

Giorgi Beridze NVS-ARC giorgi.beridze@ki.se  

Alexandra Wennberg Department of Clinical Neuroscience & IMM, alexandra.wennberg@ki.se

This workshop is fully supported by the Strategic Research Area in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (SFOepi) at Karolinska Institutet, The Alzheimer's Association International Society to Advance Alzheimer's Research and Treatment (ISTAART), and the Training in Advanced Analytical Techniques in Aging (TAATA).


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