SERtalks Archives

2019

Dr. Ashley Naimi
Assistant Professor
University of Pittsburgh

 

“Machine Learning and Causality: Considerations for Prediction and Effect Estimation”

 

SERtalks – San Diego
Department of Family Medicine and Public Health
University of California, San Diego

April 24, 2019

 Recording – Click Here

“Why Causation Matters: Stanford’s Second Colloquium on Machine Learning and Causal Inference”

 

SERtalks – Stanford
Stanford University
April 29, 2019

Jennifer Hill, Susan Athey, Maria Glymour, Jennifer Ahern, Daniel Ho, Guido Imbens, Kristian Lum, Nigam Shah, Maya Petersen


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Dr. James M. Robins
Professor of Epidemiology
Harvard T.H. Chan
School of Public Health

 

Inference After Machine Learning for Causal Effects

 

SERtalks – Netherlands
Erasmus MC
University Medical Center Rotterdam
March 21, 2019

 Recording, click here

Dr. Kathrine Keyes
Associate Professor
Columbia University

 

Depression’s got a hold of me: Generational trends in substance use and mental health among US adolescents

 

SERtalks – Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh
February 11, 2019

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2018


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Dr. Jennifer Ahern
University of California, Berkeley

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Dr. Laura Balzer
University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Estimation and interpretation: introduction to parametric and semi-parametric estimators for causal inference

 

SERtalks – Boston
Boston University
September 28, 2018

Recording – coming soon

 

Dr. Jay Kaufman
McGill University

“Race and Mortality in America

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“Mediation: Contemporary Epidemiologic Tools to Evaluate Direct and Indirect Effects

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SERtalks – Ohio
The Ohio State University
Division of Epidemiology, College of Public Health
March 9-10, 2018


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Dr. Jennifer Ahern
University of California, Berkeley

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Dr. Laura Balzer
University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Estimation and interpretation: introduction to parametric and semi-parametric estimators for causal inference

SERtalks – UCLA
University of California, Los Angeles
February 9, 2018

 

 

 

 

Dr. Moyses Szklo
Editor-in-Chief
American Journal of Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

“Demise of the rarity assumption in epidemiologic studies

“Translational Epidemiology”

SERtalks – Miami
University of Miami,
Department of Public Health Sciences
March 27, 2018

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2017

 

Dr. Moyses Szklo
Editor-in-Chief
American Journal of Epidemiology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

“Critical review and preparation of manuscripts reporting epidemiologic findings

SERtalks – Live
December 6, 2017 

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Practical Approaches in Dealing with P-Values

SERtalks – Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh
December 4, 2017

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Ashley I. Naimi, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
Graduate School of Public Health

“G computation to adjust for noncompliance in randomized trials: Estimating the per protocol effect of low-dose aspirin on pregnancy outcomes.”

SERtalks – Alabama
University of Alabama at Birmingham
October 2, 2017 

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“Applications of Causal Inference Methods in Four Substantive Areas:  New methods, what works (and what doesn’t), and future directions”

SERtalks – North Carolina
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
September 27, 2017

Daniel Westreich, Stephen R. Cole, Alexander P. Keil, Whitney R. Robinson, Til Sturmer, Jennifer L. Lund
Coordinated by Dana K. Pasquale

 

 

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Dr. Dustin T. Duncan
Dr. Samson Y. Gebreab

Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Epidemiology:Current Approaches and Limitations

SERtalks – NIH
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
May 11, 2017

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Dr. Timothy L. Lash
Department of Epidemiology
Rollins School of Public Health
Emory University

Significance Testing is the Reason that Scientific
Results have Poor Reproducibility

SERtalks – Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh
April 18, 2017

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Dr. Sander Greenland
University of California, Los Angeles

Evidence Wars: Statistical ergonomics and the information content of a P-value

SERtalks – Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh
March 13, 2017

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Dr. Jennifer Ahern
University of California, Berkeley

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Dr. Laura Balzer
University of California, Berkeley

Estimation and interpretation: introduction to parametric and semi-parametric estimators for causal inference

SERtalks – New York
Columbia University
February 10, 2017

 

2016

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Dr. David Savitz
Brown University

Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence:  The Art of Using Research Wisely

SERtalks – Oregon
Oregon State University
October 21, 2016

Video Recordings

  

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Dr. Charles Poole
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG)

SERtalks – LIVE!
December 13, 2016

Workshop Recording and Materials


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Dr. Jennifer Ahern
University of California, Berkeley

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Dr. Laura Balzer
University of California, Berkeley

Estimation and interpretation: introduction to parametric and semi-parametric estimators for causal inference

SERtalks – Minneapolis
University of Minnesota
April 29, 2016


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Dr. Matthew Fox
Boston University

The role of simulation studies in quantitative bias analysis: Dealing with unmeasured confounders

SERtalks – Boston
Boston University
March 4, 2016

Video Recording
Audio Recording

2015


Maria Glymour

Dr. Maria Glymour
Introduction to Causal Inference Methods: Using Counterfactuals and Directed Acyclic Graphs

SERtalks – Miami
University of Miami
November 19, 2015

Video Recording

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Dr. Enrique Schisterman
“The Biomarker Revolution:
Epidemiologists, Let’s Join It!”

SERtalks – Montreal
McGill University
October 23, 2015

Power Point Files (1) (2) (3)
Audio Recording

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Dr. Tyler VanderWeele
“Mediation Analysis”

SERtalks – Chicago
University of Chicago
March 13, 2015


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Dr. Miguel Hernan
“Causal Inference”

SERtalks – Washington, DC
George Washington University
February 6, 2015

2014

 

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Dr. Jay Kaufman
“Causal Mediation Analysis

SERtalks – New Orleans
Tulane University and LSU Health New Orleans
November 17, 2014

 

 

 

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Dr. Sandro Galea
“This changes everything: Trauma and the health of global populations”

SERtalks – Atlanta
Emory University
October 21, 2014

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Dr. Tyler VanderWeele
Interaction Analysis

SERtalks – NYC
Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
April 4, 2014

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Dr. Allen Wilcox
Fetal growth and adult health – Reassessing Barker’s Hypothesis

SERtalks – Utah
University of Utah
January 31, 2014

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2013

 

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Dr. Noel Weiss
Enhancing our ability to measure the impact of health-related interventions

SERtalks – North Carolina
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
April 8, 2013

SERtalks – San Francisco
University of California, San Francisco
September 18, 2013

 

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Dr. Moyses Szklo
Scientific Manuscript Writing for Peer Review Journals: Communicating Results of Studies

 SERtalks – Baltimore
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
November 9, 2013