Lowell Reed Lecture
Applied Public Health Statistics Section
Lowell Reed Lectures
Brad Efron, PhD
Lecture: Bayes, Empirical Bayes, and the Bootstrap
Dennis Gillings, PhD
Lecture: What If? Predicting the Impact of Modeling and Simulation in our Future Healthcare
Clarice Weinberg, PhD
Lecture: Post-Genomic Age and the Unfulfilled Promise of Personalized Medicine: What's Missing? What Can Biostatisticians Do to Help?
Ronald Brookmeyer, PhD
Lecture: Measuring the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Challenges and Opportunities.
Listen to the lecture on YouTube (part 1 2 3 4 5 6).
Download the lecture (.wrf , .wmv).
Stanley Lemeshow, PhD
Lecture: Assessing the Scale of Continuous Covariates in Logistic Regression Modelling.
Scott Zeger, PhD
Lecture: Biostatistics: Reflections on what Lowell Reed might have thought about where it is and where it is headed.
Ted Colton, PhD
Lecture: Ten Commandments for a Successful Career in Statistics
Jay Glasser, PhD
Lecture: Statistics and Leadership: Our Legacy and Future
Robert T. O'Neill, PhD
Lecture: Biostatistics, the FDA and Public Health
William Eddy, PhD
Lecture: Sports-related Concussion: An Application of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Colin Begg, PhD
Donald B. Rubin, PhD
Lecture: On the estimation of the causal effects of smoking due to the conduct of the tobacco industry
James H. Ware, PhD
Lecture: Multilevel Analysis: Methods and Model Interpretation.