R/Medicine Conference

August 12, 2018

(This article was first published on RStudio Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

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We are less than one month away from the R/Medicine conference! Tickets are still available to connect with the R users who are advancing the way we think about human health.

The goal of the R/Medicine conference is to promote the use of the R programming environment and the R ecosystem in medical research and clinical practice. In addition to showcasing novel tools, algorithms and methods for analyzing medical and clinical data, we hope the conference will provide a forum for collaboration within the community.

The keynote speakers will be:

Conference talks will address the use of R in medical applications from Phase I clinical trial design through the analysis of the efficacy of medical therapies in public use. Topics include clinical trial design, the analysis of clinical trial data, personalized medicine, the analysis of patient records, the analysis of genetic data, the visualization of medical data, and reproducible research.

Additionally Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel will conduct an introductory workshop on Shiny and Ben Goodrich will offer a workshop on Stan.

The conference will be held at The Omni Hotel 155 Temple Street New Haven, CT, just off the Yale campus.

Tickets for the conference are $650 for industry attendees, $480 for academics and $250 for students. You can register here.

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this inaugural event.

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