Invited Speakers

Topical sessions will be opened by an invited speaker. Please find here further information on the confirmed speakers.

Invited SpeakerAffiliationTopic(s)Presentation Title
Bernd Bischl 1Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität MünchenStatistical Machine Learning“Interpretable Machine Learning”
Albert Brühl 2Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule VallendarStatistics in the Nursing Sciences“Methodische Impulse und statistische Analyseverfahren, die zur Theorieentwicklung und -Prüfung in der Pflegewissenschaft beitragen können” (in German)
Ulrich Dirnagl 3 Charité / Berlin Institute of HealthNon-Clinical Statistics“Can statistics save preclinical research?”
Holger Fröhlich 4Fraunhofer SCAI BonnBioinformatics“AI Methods for Multi-Modal Data Integration”
Helena Geys 5Janssen PharmaceuticaExtrapolation and Information Borrowing“On the use of historical control data in preclinical development”
Els Goetghebeur6Ghent University, Belgium & Karolinska Institutet, SchwedenPersonalisierte Medizin„Learning about personalised effects : transporting anonymized information from individuals to (meta-) analysis and back“
Malka Gorfine 7Tel Aviv University, IsraelNonparametric Statistics and Multivariate Analysis“Marginalized Frailty-Based Illness-Death Models”
Leonhard Held 8University of Zurich, SwitzerlandData Sharing and Reproducible Research“The statistical assessment of replication success”
Lars Koppers 9 Science Media Center / Karlsruher Institut für TechnologieStatistical Methods in Epidemiology“Epidemiologische Modelle in der Öffentlichkeit – mit Statistik durch die Pandemie”
Inke König 10Universität zu LübeckGenetic Epidemiology„Genetic Epidemiology – Think outside the box“
Judith Lok 11Boston University, USACausal Inference and Estimands, Statistical Methods in Epidemiology“Truncation by death and the survival-adjusted median: from missing data to useful summary measures”
Amir Madany Mamlouk 12 Universität zu LübeckTeaching and Didactics in Biometry“How to enhance gameful learning in the STEM subjects”
Lisa Mc Shane 13National Cancer Institute, USASTRATOS, Good Statistical Practice“Statistical analysis of high-dimensional biomedical data: issues and challenges in translation to medically useful results”
Erica Moodie 14McGill University, CanadaCausal Inference and Estimands,
Statistical Methods in Epidemiology
“Dynamic Dosing Strategies”
Martin Posch 15 Medical University of Vienna, AustriaAdaptive Designs,
Multiple Testing
“Statistical Issues in Confirmatory Platform Trials”
Nicky Welton 16University of Bristol, UKEvidence-based Medicine and Meta-Analyses“Network meta-analysis for components of complex interventions”
Almut Winterstein 17University of Florida, USAReal World Evidence“RCT versus RWE: Good versus evil or yin and yang?”