This is the first webinar of a Webinar Series organized by the ISI Committee Women in Statistics (CW-ISI). Former ISI Director Ada van Krimpen is going to be the first speaker of the webinar. She will discuss the proportion of women among ISI members and their role in governance. We then discuss which factors play a role in boosting the careers of female statisticians. A number of prominent ISI members will give their personal views. There will be room for comments and questions.
The International Prize in Statistics is awarded every two years by a collaboration among five leading international statistics organizations. The prize recognizes a major achievement by an individual or team in the statistics field, particularly an achievement of powerful and original ideas that has led to practical applications and breakthroughs in other disciplines.
Thanks to Laird’s work, applied researchers have been able to wring detailed information from large studies that follow participants and collect their data over time–sometimes for many decades, such as with the Nurses’ Health Study in the US or the National Child Development Study in the UK. The design of these studies traditionally made it difficult for researchers to control for participants’ individual characteristics while also dealing with often-sparse data from hard-to-reach populations.
Laird’s work gave researchers the tools they needed, which allowed them to answer important questions in health, medicine, psychology and more. This jump-started a field known as “random effects modeling for longitudinal data analysis,” and the methods Laird introduced in 1982 are still the most widely used techniques in both observational studies and clinical trials today.
The 11th International Conference of the ERCIM WG on Computational and Methodological Statistics (CMStatistics 2018) will take place at the University of Pisa, Italy, 14-16 December 2018. Tutorials will be given on Thursday 13th of December 2018 and the CRoNoS Winter Course on Time Series will take place the 11-12 December 2018.
The American Statistical Association invites you to join us at the 2018 Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 18-20.
WSDS will gather professionals and students from academia, industry, and the government who are working in statistics and data science. Find unique opportunities to grow your influence, your community, and your knowledge.
Whether you are a student, early-career professional, or an experienced statistician or data scientist, this conference will deliver new knowledge and connections in an intimate and comfortable setting.