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SAfJR2018 - Seventh annual international Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers conference

 
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From Tuesday 24 April 2018
To Thursday 26 April 2018

 
Location Leiden, The Netherlands

This conference is aimed at career-young statisticians with an interest in the application and development of time-to-event analysis and related topics. This three-day event provides a unique opportunity for participants to present and discuss their work with peers at a similar stage in their careers in a relaxed and friendly environment. 
 
The event includes a tutorial on multi-state models by Prof. dr. Hein Putter (Leiden University Medical Center), talks from keynote speakers Dr. Maja Pohar Perme (University of Ljubljana) and Dr. Birgit Witte (VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam), as well as poster sessions, a welcome reception and a conference dinner!
 
The conference aims to bring together researchers and statisticians working in different areas of survival analysis who are in the early stages of their career. This includes:
  • Career-young researchers and statisticians
  • Post-docs
  • PhD students
  • Postgraduate students
 
Anyone who does not consider themselves “career-young” is also welcome to attend and present their work.
 

Contact http://www.safjr2018.com/

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Organising Group(s) This year's SAfJR conference is organised by three statisticians from Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center.