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MHIQ Statistics Workshop: Introduction to Biostatistics with Professor Robert Ware

MHIQ Statistics Workshop: Introduction to Biostatistics with Professor Robert Ware

MHIQ Statisticas Workshop
Professor Robert Ware will provide an introduction to biostatistics. Topics included covered will be sampling, common families of distributions, sampling variability, and statistical inference including estimation, confidence-intervals, and hypothesis testing. The session is aimed at HDR students and early career researchers.
MHIQ Program Workshop - EPIC Health Systems Centre for Applied Health Economics - Technology is not a substitute for thinking

MHIQ Program Workshop - EPIC Health Systems Centre for Applied Health Economics - Technology is not a substitute for thinking

MHIQ Program Workshop - EPIC Health Systems
In this workshop, Dr Modecki will share a series of approaches that can move substantive questions to a broader level of analysis. In tandem with her co-author, Assoc Prof Sama Low-Choy, they will describe multiverse analyses, null simulations (e.g. specification curve analyses), and predictive residuals as options for providing a meta-look at scientific questions.
EPIC Health Systems in conjunction with the School of Dentistry and Oral Health

EPIC Health Systems in conjunction with the School of Dentistry and Oral Health

MHIQ Workshop
Dr Murthy Mittinty will cover traditional approaches to mediation such as product and difference methods and introduce the latest developments such as counterfactual approach.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice and Survivorship - Reactive and Passive Multisensory Brain-computer Interfaces for Communication or Dementia Biomarkers Elucidation

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice and Survivorship - Reactive and Passive Multisensory Brain-computer Interfaces for Communication or Dementia Biomarkers Elucidation

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice and Survivorship
Dr Rutkowski's presentation will introduce contemporary brain-computer interface (BCI) techniques. He will explain auditory, visual, and tactile reactive BCI examples with applications for communication and passive solutions for cognitive-load/dementia biomarker elucidation and discuss future research directions of the so-called neurotechnology applications for healthcare.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Rapid and sensitive detection of human and animal diseases for low-resource use

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Rapid and sensitive detection of human and animal diseases for low-resource use

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology. Associate Professor Joanne Macdonald describes how her research group has identified and developed a low-resource molecular genetics testing workflow that enables accurate disease identification without any sophisticated equipment. Pathogens can be detected within raw samples (blood, tissue or swabs) in 20-40 minutes ​with similar sensitivity to laboratory-based molecular genetics tests.