Analysis of Correlated Data

SPH BS 857

The purpose of this advanced seminar is to present some of the modern methods for analyzing tricorrelated observations. Such data may arise in longitudinal studies where repeated observations are collected on study subjects or in studies in which there is a natural clustering of observations, such as a multi-center study of observations clustered within families. Students start with a review of methods for repeated measures analysis of variance and proceed to more complicated study designs. The course presents both likelihood-based methods and quasi-likelihood methods. Marginal, random effects and transition models are discussed. Students apply these methods in homework assignments and a project.

SPRG 2016 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Tripodis CT 460A R 2:00 pm-5:00 pm Prereq: SPH
BS805 or BS852
MED Campus
Class Closed

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