The 2nd Annual ASA NJ Chapter/Bayer Statistics Workshop
November 21,2014: Handling Missing Data - Recent Applications Using Imputation and Global Sensitivity Techniques. Click the title for slides.
Intention-to-Treat Analysis in Clinical Trials with Treatment
Discontinuation and Missing Data -Roderick Little, University of Michigan
Missing Data Sensitivity Analysis of Continuous Endpoint, An Example from a Recent Submission -Arno Fritsch, clinical Statistics Europe, Bayer
Missing Data for Rivaroxaban -Xiang
Sun, Janseen Research and Development LLC of J & J
Multiple Imputation Method for Sensitivity Analysis of Time-to-Event Data
with Possible Informative Censoring -Yue Zhao, Merck
The 35th Annual Spring
The New Jersey Chapter of the ASA held its 35th Annual Spring Symposium
on June 6th, 2014 at Rutgers Medical
School auditorium in Piscataway, NJ. The theme of
the symposium was Model-Based Drug Development. Please click
the title of the talk below for slides.
Bayesian Evidence Synthesis in Drug Development and Comparative Effectiveness Research -David Ohlssen, Novartis
Generalizing the MCPMod Methodology beyond Normal, Independent Data -José Pinheiro, Janssen Research & Development
Modeling & Simulation to Improve the Design of Clinical Trials -Gary L. Rosner, The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins
Meta-analysis of Clinical Dose Response in a Large Drug Development Portfolio -N. Thomas, Pfizer
Integration of Knowledge from Late Phase Trials to Support Regulatory Decisions -Yaning Wang, FDA
ASA NJ Chapter Virtual Summer Internship Program -2014
With an objective of promoting interest among high school students towards taking up statistics training
and choosing careers in the statistics field, the ASA NJ Chapter seeks to enroll prospective Junior and Senior year High School
students into a summer (Virtual) Statistics Internship Program for 2014.