Congratulations to Sean Yiu who has been awarded the 2019 Young Biometrician’s Prize for his work on the paper “Covariate association eliminating weights: a unified weighting framework for causal effect estimation” published in the Journal Biometrika.
The British and Irish Region of the International Biometric Society (IBS-BIR), jointly with the Fisher Memorial Trust, award a prize every two years for young biometricians who are members of the British and Irish Region of the International Biometric Society. The award recognises the research of one paper published, or accepted for publication, in a refereed journal. This award comprises a diploma and a prize of £1000 and was presented at the conference dinner of the recent 7th Channel Network conference.
Sean’s prize includes a diploma, as well as £1000. Being awarded the Young Biometrician’s Prize for 2019 is a fantastic achievement and the BSU is delighted for Sean. Well done!