The theme of this year's conference is:
Advances in Time-to-Event Analyses in Clinical Trials
NISS is one of the co-sponsors for the 15th Annual Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials on 17 April 2023!
NISS Affiliates can use their Affiliate Award Funds (AAF) to support their travel and registration for this event.
Registration is officially open for the 15th Annual Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials: Advances in Time-to-Event Analyses in Clinical Trials, scheduled for April 17, 2023.
This is a hybrid event with limited spaces available for in-person attendance and plenty of availability to participate virtually.
Terry Therneau, PhD (Mayo Clinic)
Lu Tian, ScD (Stanford University)
On estimating the survival distribution of the duration of response
Zhenzhen Xu, PhD (Food and Drug Administration)
Design of immuno-oncology studies involving biomarker-defined subgroups
Fan Li, PhD (Yale University)
Multiply robust estimation of causal effects with noncompliance and time-to-event outcomes
Devan Mehrotra, PhD (Merck and Co.)
Time-to-event analysis approaches for randomized clinical trials with composite endpoints
Lu Mao, PhD (University of Wisconsin)
Non- and semi-parametric analysis of composite time-to-event endpoints
Anne Eaton, PhD (University of Minnesota)
Statistical approaches for component-wise censored composite endpoints
Richard Cook, PhD (University of Waterloo)
Estimands in clinical trials with complex life history processes
Ionut Bebu, PhD (George Washington University)
Rebecca Betensky, PhD (New York University)
Michael Fay, PhD (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)
Pralay Mukhopadhyay, PhD (Otsuka Pharmaceutical)
Douglas Schaubel, PhD (University of Pennsylvania)
Mei-Cheng Wang, PhD (Johns Hopkins)