Department of Statistics

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC, 27695-8203

davidian@stat.ncsu.edu

Click on the title for the slides.

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*Implementing Precision Medicine: Optimal Treatment Regimes and SMARTs*" (Given at the NHLBI Biostatistics Workshop on Recent Advances and Challenges in Statistical Methods, September 2016. - "
*The Right Treatment for the Right Patient at the Right Time: Statistical Methods for Personalized Medicine*" (Given at the US FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, December 2015). - "
*An Introduction to Dynamic Treatment Regimes*" (ENAR webinar, October 2014), and list of references on dynamic treatment regimes. - "
*The Present and Future of Statistics: Challenges and Opportunities*" (Given at the 2014 Joint Statistical Meetings, August 2014). - "
*The Right Treatment for the Right Patient (at the Right Time): Personalized Medicine and Statistics*" (Lecture for a general scientific audience given at NYU, May 2014 and MD Anderson Cancer Center, October 2014, and other places). - "
*The Right Treatment for the Right Patient (at the Right Time): Personalized Medicine and Statistics*" (General public lecture given at UNC-Asheville, Wittenberg University, Miami University, April 2014). - "
*The Right Treatment for the Right Patient (at the Right Time)*" (DIA-FDA Statistics Forum, April 2014). - "
*Implementing Personalized Medicine: Estimating Optimal Treatment Regimes*" (Several places, 2013, 2014). - ASA President's Address: "
*The International Year of Statistics: A Celebration and A Call to Action*" (text and slides) (Joint Statistical Meetings, August 2013). - "
*Enhancing the Visibility of the Statistics Profession:The International Year of Statistics and You*" (ICSA/ISBS 2013 Joint Statistics Conference, June 2013). - Lectures given at the International
Year of Statistics Kick-Off event at Hasselt University,
Diepenbeek, Belgium, January 2013. "
*Statistics: The Compass for Navigating a Data-Centric World*" and "*Personalized Medicine - The Right Treatment for the Right Patient*" and newspaper article. - "
*Personalized Medicine - The Right Treatment for the Right Patient*" (Elon University Voices of Discovery Lecture, November 2012). - "
*Partnerships to Engage and Train the Next Generation: Challenges and Opportunities*" (Joint Statistical Meetings, July 2012). - "
*Engaging, Inspiring, and Training the Next Generation: Past Successes, Future Challenges and Opportunities*" (ENAR Spring Meeting, April 2012). - "
*More Robust Doubly Robust Estimators*" (Several places, 2011-2012). - "
*Inference on Treatment Effects from a Randomized Clinical Trial in the Presence of Premature Treatment Discontinuation: The SYNERGY Trial*" (Several places, 2010-2011). - "
*An Introduction to Nonlinear Mixed Effects Models and PK/PD Analysis*" (ASA Biopharmaceutical Section webinar, April 2010). - "
*Designing Better Treatment Strategies via Mathematical-Statistical Modeling: My Adventures in Collaboration*" (IMS Medallion Lecture, given at the ENAR Spring Meeting with IMS, March 2010). - "
*An Introduction to Dynamic Treatment Regimes*" (given at the The 8th International Conference on Health Policy Statistics , January 2010). - "
*Mathematical-Statistical Modeling to Inform the Design of HIV Treatment Strategies and Clinical Trials*" (given at the 5th Conference of the Eastern Mediterranean Region of the International Biometric Society (EMR-IBS),Spring Meeting, May 2009). - "
*Improving Efficiency of Iinferences in Randomized Clinical Trials Using Auxiliary Covariates.*" (version given at the Society for Clinical Trials 30th Annual Meeting, May 2009). - "
*Between Dose and Response: Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, and Statistics.*" (given at Scope Academy, NCSU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, October 2008). - "
*Improving Efficiency of Iinferences in Randomized Clinical Trials Using Auxiliary Covariates.*" (given at Emory University, March 2008; North Carolina Chapter of the American Statistical Association, May 2008; and at the National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, Biostatistics Branch, May 2009) - "
*Mathematical-Statistical Modeling to Inform the Design of HIV Treatment Strategies and Clinical Trials*" (given at the 2008 ENAR Spring Meeting, March 2008), which was the second half of a tag team presentation with my collaborator Eric Rosenberg; Eric's slides). - "
*Mathematical-Statistical Modeling to Inform the Design of HIV Treatment Strategies and Clinical Trials*" (given at the FDA/Industry Statistics Workshop, Crystal City, Virginia, September 2007). - "
*An Introduction to Dynamic Treatment Regimes*" (Janet L. Norwood Award Lecture, given at University of Alabama at Birmingham, September 2007; also given at the Georgia Chapter of the American Statistical Association, March 2008). - "
*An Introduction to Dynamic Treatment Regimes*" (given at the 2007 ISCB Conference, Alexandroupolis, Greece, July 2007). Also, here are Susan Murphy's slides and Butch Tsiatis' slides. - "
*The Role of Statistical Principles in Quantitative Biomedical Modeling*" (given at the Atlantic Coast Conference on Mathematics in the Life and Biological Sciences, Virginia Tech, May 2007). - "
*An Introduction to Dynamic Treatment Regimes*" (given at the 2007 ENAR Spring Meeting, March 2007). - "
*Some New Methods for Latent Variable Models and Survival Analysis*" (Bernard Greenberg Lecture IV, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2006). - "
*Inference for Dynamic Treatment Regimes for Two-Stage Clinical Trials (and More Generally)*" (Bernard Greenberg Lecture III, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2006; updated September 2006). - "
*Introduction to Modeling and Analysis of Longitudinal Data*" (Introductory Lecture Session at the 2006 ENAR Spring Meeting, March 2006). - "
*Estimation of Survival Distributions for Treatment Regimes in Two Stage Oncology Trials*" (given in the session on "Dynamic Treatment Regimes" at the Symposium on Causal Inference, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, January 2006). - "
*Double Robustness in the Estimation of Causal Treatment Effects*" (given in EPID 369, Department of Epidemiology, UNC-Chapel Hill, February 2007). - "
*Semiparametric Estimation of Treatment Effect in a Pretest-Posttest Study*" (given at the University of Florida Statistics' 7th Annual Winter Workshop on Longitudinal Data Analysis, Gainesville, Florida, January 2005; new version for Bernard Greenberg Lecture II, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2006). - "
*Nonlinear Mixed Effects Models: An Overview and Update*" (given as part of the*JABES*Editor's session at the 2004 Interational Biometric Conference, Cairns, Queensland, Australia, July 2004). - "
*What's in Between Dose and Response? Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, and Statistics*" (Myrto Lefkopoulou Lecture, Harvard School of Public Health, September 2003 and newer version Bernard Greenberg Lecture I, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2006). - "
*As Time Goes By - An Introduction to the Analysis of Longitudinal Data*" (Introductory Overview Lecture given at the 2003 Joint Statistical Meetings in San Francisco, August 2003).*See the ST 732 web page for my course notes on this topic.* - "
*Semiparametric Approaches to Inference in Joint Models for Longitudinal and Time-to-event Data*" (given at the International Workshop on Statistical Modeling, Leuven, Belgium, July 2003). - "
*As Time Goes By - An Introduction to Methods for the Analysis of Longitudinal Data*" (given at the University of Florida, November 2002; this talk is less technical than the 2003 JSM talk above). - "
*Semiparametric Mixed Effects Models with Flexible Random Effects Distribution*" (given at the Nonparametric Statistics Conference, Crete, Greece, July 2002).

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