Visual Universitätsmedizin Mainz

Herbstworkshop 19./20.11. 2015

Statistical Analysis of Event and Longitudinal Data

Programme Thursday November 19th, 2015

13:30-14:00

Welcome and Registration

14:00-15:00

Invited Talk by Hélène Jacqmin-Gadda (Bordeaux): Joint models for longitudinal data and time to event

Coffee Break

Joint Models and longitudinal data

15:20-15:45

Tobias Bluhmki (Ulm): Non-parametric simulation of complex timeto-event data and its application to a simple joint model

15:45-16:10

Sandra Walser (München): Longitudinal analysis of audiometric data from the Ohrkan cohort study

16:10-16:35

Stephanie Brandt (Ulm): Handling missing longitudinal data during childhood in the Ulm Birth Cohort study: A comparison of multiple imputation, joint models and survival analysis for the development of overweight

Coffee Break

Repeated measurements and events

17:00-17:25

Irene Schmidtmann (Mainz): Effects of irregularly measured covariates on dynamic prediction in time to event data

17:25-17:50

Verena Schneider-Lindner (Mannheim): Evaluating change in systemic inflammatory response in septic and nonseptic polytrauma patients

17:50-18:15

Katharina Ingel (Mainz): Simulating recurrent event data with a competing terminal event when failure rates depend on multiple time scales


Get together at Proviant-Magazin (starting at 19:30)


Programme Friday, November 20th

8:30-9:00

Gemeinsame AG-Sitzung

9:00-10:00

Invited Talk by Jan Beyersmann (Ulm): Florence Nightingale,William Farr and Competing Risks

Illness-death models

10:00-10:25

Nadine Binder (Freiburg): Estimating hazard ratios in cohort data with missing disease information due to death

10:25-10:50

Ralph Brinks (Düsseldorf): Differential mortality explains maximum of age-specific seroprevalence in Hepatitis A infections

Coffee Break

Beyond the Cox model

11:20-11:45

Ulrike Pötschger (Wien): Using pseudo-values for comparing longterm survival after stem-cell transplantation (SCT) with long-term survival after chemotherapy

11:45-12:10

Daniela Zöller (Mainz): Identifying relevant variables by simultaneous variable selection between dynamic prediction models based on pseudo-values

12:10-12:35

Geraldine Rauch (Heidelberg): The average hazard ratio - a good effect measure for time-to-event endpoints when the proportional hazard assumption is violated?

12:35-13:00

Marvin Wright (Lübeck): Random forests

13:00-13:15

Closing

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