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Methodological issues in epidemiology and population research

A LUPOP seminar series

Please note that registration is required. For more information, contact Anton Nilsson (anton [dot] nilsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se). Subscribe or unsubscribe to the e-mail list here.

The seminars take place 13.00 -14.00.

Upcoming seminars

Not yet announced.

Previous seminars

Spring 2022

Anna Åkesson (Lund University) - Introduction to Generalized Propensity Scores (GPS) (May 12) [Presentation]

Emily Sonested (Lund University) - Methodological considerations in nutritional epidemiology (April 7) [Presentation]

Sara Hägg (Karolinska Institute) - Mendelian Randomization analysis to provide support for causal associations on frailty (March 17) [Presentation]

Evelien Snippe (University of Groningen) - The multilevel vector autoregressive (VAR) model: gaining insight in bi-directional temporal associations (February 10) [Presentation].

Fall 2021

Axel Nyström (Lund University) - Deep learning in emergency care (December 9) [Presentation]

Gustav Nilsonne (Karolinska Institute) - Methods to assess and mitigate re-identification risks when sharing research data (November 11) [Presentation]

Volha Lazuka (University of Southern Denmark/Lund University) - Applications of the difference-in-differences approach (October 7) [Presentation]

Josef Fritz (Medical University of Innsbruck) - Statistical mediation analysis – overview, recent developments and an application in cancer epidemiology (September 16) [Presentation] [Paper]

Spring 2021

Laura Pazzagli (Karolinska Institute) - A discussion on the use of the p-value (May 27) [Presentation]

Mikael Eriksson (Karolinska Institute) - Risk assessment in screening and prevention of breast cancer (April 29)  [Presentation]

Sepideh Pashami (Halmstad University) - Causal inference in machine learning (March 25) [Presentation]

Lise G. Bjerregaard (Frederiksberg Hospital) - Methodological considerations on associations between weight status across the life course and risk of cardiometabolic disease (February 18)  [Presentation]

Fall 2020

Jonas Björk - Epidemiological studies druring the COVID-19 pandemic- a few methodological and general considerations [Presentation]

Liisa Byberg & Adam Mitchell – A few approaches to mediation analysis (November 12) [Presentation], [Presentation]

Paul Dickman - Flexible survival models, advantages and... more advantages (October 14) [Presentation]

Spring 2020

Mattias Ohlsson - Machine learning for dummies (February 27)