Seminars and Events

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and its impact on the university, our symposium,
Statistical Significance: Current and Future Directions,
has been postponed. We appreciate your understanding, and we will provide more detailed updates as they become available.

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, all scheduled events will be held remotely.
 
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This is a series of presentations given by faculty and professionals from GPH, other NYU departments, and beyond. Planned upcoming seminars include:

  • Tuesday, May 11th, 12:00 - 1:30pm EDT
    • Joint seminar with the Global Center for Implementation Science: "Configurational Comparative Methods in Implementation Science: A New Mathematical Approach for Cross-Case Analysis", to be presented by Edward J. Miech, Ed.D. (Indiana University School of Medicine)
    • RSVP

Past seminars have included:

The Biostatistics Journal Club is a monthly, student-led discussion (moderated by Dr. Betensky) where we discuss contemporary articles concerning the field of biostatistics. Each month, we cover a different, student-selected article; please let us know if you are interested in choosing this article and leading the discussion. All planned journal club meetings from the Spring 2021 semester have passed; additional sessions will be listed here as they are scheduled in upcoming months.

Past journal club articles discussed have included:

Our department strives to ensure that you’ll be prepared for professional life post-graduation. In service of this, we will organize monthly events at which fellow students, other NYU resources, and external professionals can speak to you about the skills required to succeed at NYU and beyond. Planned upcoming events for the Fall semester include:

New professional development sessions for the semester will be posted here.

Past professional development events have included:

*While most of these events are likely to occur at the listed times, we will send out communications and RSVPs prior to each which will serve as concrete confirmation of schedule.

**We will create RSVP forms for many events. In the case of catered events, this is required for us to gauge how much food to order (and occasionally take individual orders), but otherwise this is an optional, low-commitment RSVP that just gives us an idea of how many people to expect.