New research published today in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology by ViCBiostat members Simon Turner, Prof Andrew Forbes, Dr Emily Karahalios and Dr Joanne McKenzie.

Abstract Objectives

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Congratulations to Lead Investigator Professor Julie Simpson who was awarded a NHMRC Investigator grant (2021-5) totalling $2,163,220 for her research “Optimising treatment and prevention strategies to accelerate malaria elimination”.

In the event of an outbreak of an infectious disease, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic, we often know very little, yet are required to act very fast. In...

New approaches to collecting and analysing data can enhance cancer treatments for individuals and better allocate healthcare resources for everyone.

Dr Robert Mahar from Centre for Epidemiology...

In their latest paper, ViCBiostat Executive members Dr Jessica Kasza and Professor Andrew Forbes discuss different types of open cohort sampling schemes and how open cohort sampling structure impacts on...

Editorial from ViCBiostat Executive, and new research from PhD candidates Marnie Downes and Mr Monsurul Hoq.

Editorial: A potpourri of biostatistical research

The motivation and themes for a Special...

Congratulations to Lead Investigator Professor Andrew Forbes who was awarded a 2019 NHMRC Ideas Grant totalling $480,350 for his project ‘ Pragmatic cluster randomised trials: Bridging the gap between theory...

Congratulations to Thao Le whose PhD "Prediction models for mortality in tuberculous meningitis" has been Highly Commended in the Nuffield Department of Medicine PhD awards at Oxford University: ...

Dr Jessica Kasza

Four of the 2019 A+ EMCR winners: (L-R) Evelyn Tsantikos, Melanie Gibson-Helm, Jessica Kasza , Daniela van Santen.

Congratulations to ViCBiostat Lead Investigator Dr Jessica Kasza who...

Congratulations to ViCBiostat PhD students Dr Anurika De Silva and Dr Myra McGuiness who graduated this week. Anurika’s PhD evaluated multiple imputation methods for missing data in longitudinal cohorts and...

Sabine Braat has been invited to speak at national event on research quality, “ What can researchers do to improve research quality in health and medical research in Australia? ”,...

This is a two-day intensive workshop where you will take away the knowledge and practical skills that are fundamental for designing adaptive clinical trials. You will get hands-on experience in...