The MRC Biostatistics Unit seminar series is aimed at a general scientific audience and open to individuals throughout Cambridge. To keep up to date on upcoming seminars, check the BSU website or the talks.cam website regularly, or you can subscribe to the CIPH talks mailing list.
Seminars take place at the Large or Small Seminar Rooms, 1st Floor, Cambridge Institute of Public Health (CIPH), University Forvie Site, Robinson Way, Cambridge CB2 0SR. Please notice that start and finish hours may vary.
All are welcome to attend and no prior registration is required.
BSU Seminar Series: “Algebraic and topological analysis of biological networks with applications to cancer”
BSU Seminar Series: “Progress and Controversy in Statistical Modelling of the Genomic Architecture of Complex Traits”
BSU Seminar Series: “Causal inference for Dynamic Treatment Strategies: The renaissance of the g-formula”
Short Courses at the MRC Biostatistics Unit
The MRC Biostatistics Unit run a number of successful short courses each year on a range of topics for statistical, clinical and other audiences. These courses take place in Cambridge at the Institute of Public Health, and are mostly spread over 2 days. For further details about it please visit the BSU Short Courses page.
Cambridge Institute of Public Health – Talks and seminars
The MRC Biostatistics Unit is part of the Cambridge Institute of Public Health (CIPH) partnership. To access the list of public health talks and seminars, many of which are hosted by the CIPH, please see http://www.iph.cam.ac.uk/news/seminars/. Most of thses events are open access and free.
The Bradford Hill Seminar Series
This is the principal seminar series of the CIPH with a programme of internationally recognised speakers covering topics of broad interest to those involved in public health research. See more at http://talks.cam.ac.uk/show/index/14499
Armitage Workshop and Lecture
Every year the BSU hosts the Armitage Lecture and Workshop, given by an eminent international scientist. The workshop and lecture are advertised widely and attract audiences from around the UK. Information about previous Armitage events, including videos and publications, can be found on the Armitage archive page.