In addition to a weekly department seminar, there are several working groups that meet monthly to discuss specific biostatistical methods or problems. The goal of the working groups is to bring together faculty, research staff, and students to discuss these specific topics in a more focused environment. Working group presentations may be journal clubs, work-in-progress updates, or opportunities for students to practice their conference presentations.
To find the latest information about working group meetings and how to join, please visit our event calendar.
The Network Science Working Group is a group of students, faculty, and staff from different departments and universities interested in methodologies pertaining to Network Science. At every meeting, one researcher presents his/her work based on network-related topics followed by a thought-provoking discussion section.
The Imaging Analysis Working Group is a group of students, faculty, and staff interested in methodologies pertaining to medical imaging. We are based out of the University of Colorado at the Anschutz Medical Campus, with collaboration from Johns Hopkins University. Our meetings consist of a presentation followed by a discussion. The presentation can be anything related to medical imaging including personal research or a journal club. We also encourage work-in-progress talks.