Two Presentations about Joint Models

August 9, 2015
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Packages JM and JMbayes @ JSM2015

This year JSM features an interesting invited session about fitting joint models in different software packages — if you’re interested drop by…

Here are my slides in which I give a short intro in packages JM and JMbayes:

Personalized Screening Intervals for Longitudinal Biomarkers using Joint Models

This presentation shows a new methodological framework for optimizing screening intervals for longitudinal biomarkers using the framework of joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data; more information can be found on arXiv.

Here are the slides:

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