Analysis of Repeated Measurements 2024
LocatieLUMC - Lecture Hall 3
The course covers statistical methods to be used in the situation where one or more outcome variables are repeatedly measured in time on the same experimental unit. For instance, in a clinical trial, the outcome variable can be measured at baseline and at different times during the treatment period. For this type of data, traditional regression models cannot be used since outcomes of the same subject may be correlated, and this should be taken into account in the statistical model. Interested in joining? This course consists of self-study hours with online content, and on campus plenary discussions at the LUMC, every other day, from 17 – 26 June 2024. More information about the course, and the option to register, can be found at the website of Boerhaave Nascholing.