News

  • 5/22/17: New version of SAMON released.
  • 5/8/17: Daniel Scharfstein and Aidan McDermott give FDA shortcourse (slides).
  • 3/22/17: Daniel Scharfstein gives a seminar at Evidera (slides).
  • 12/5/16: Daniel Scharfstein gives seminar at Novartis (slides).
  • 10/29/16: New version of SAMON is released.
  • 10/28/16: Chenguang Wang gives ASA (NJ Chapter) webinar (slides).
  • 9/30/16: Chenguang Wang gives presentation at FDA-Industry Workshop (slides).
  • 9/20/16: Daniel Scharfstein gives ASA Webinar (slides).
  • 7/26/2016: Daniel Scharfstein gives shortcourse at University of Washington (slides,slides,slides).
  • 6/22/2016: Daniel Scharfstein, Aidan McDermott and Chenguang Wang give shortcourse at Johns Hopkins (slides).
  • 6/15-16/15: Elizabeth Stuart gives missing data shortcourse at Johns Hopkins (slides).
  • 5/24/2016: Daniel Scharfstein gives ASA Webinar (slides,slides).
  • 4/4/2016: Daniel Scharfstein gives talk at Brown (slides).
  • 2/1/2016:  Tianjing Li and Daniel Scharfstein create a PCORI-sponsored on-line lecture about the prevention and handling of missing data.
  • 1/21/16: Daniel Scharfstein, Daisy Zhu and Butch Tsiatis submit a book chapter on Survival Analysis; it includes a section on informative censoring.
  • 11/30/15: Daniel Scharfstein, Aidan McDermott and Chenguang Wang give shortcourse at FDA (slides,slides).
  • 11/13/15: Daniel Scharfstein gives talk at NISS conference (slides).
  • 11/12/15: Daniel Scharfstein gives plenary talk at GSK Biostatistics conference (slides).
  • 11/6/15: Daniel Scharfstein gives talk at FDA/CTP conference (slides).
  • 8/18/15: New version of SAMON is released.
  • 7/31/15: Daniel Scharfstein completes online lecture on the analysis of prospectives studies with missing outcome data (slides).
  • 5/17/15: Daniel Scharfstein gives shortcourse at the Society of Clinical Trials Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA (slides).
  • 4/27/15: Daniel Scharfstein presents poster at the 2015 FDA ORSI Science Symposium (poster).
  • 4/25/15: New version of SAMON is released. 
  • 4/20/15: Daniel Scharfstein serves as a panelist in the session "Estimands and Sensitivity Analysis" at the 2015 DIA/FDA Statistics Forum.
  • 3/15/15: Article submitted to Biometrics entitled "Inference in Randomized Trials with Death and Missingness" by Wang, Scharfstein, Colantuoni, Girard and Yan.
  • 1/12/15: Daniel Scharfstein, Aidan McDermott and Chenguang Wang give shortcourse at Johns Hopkins (see Presentation link for slides).
  • 12/8/14:  Daniel Scharfstein gives shortcourse at Deming Conference in Atlantic City, NJ (slides).
  • 9/19/14: Article re-submitted to Annals of Applied Statistics entitled "On the Analysis of Tuberculosis Studies with Intermittent Missing Sputum Data" by Scharfstein, Rotnitzky, Abraham, McDermott, Chaisson and Geiter.
  • 9/13/14:  Chenguang Wang is giving a talk at the ASA Biopharmaceutical Section FDA-Industry Statistics Workshop on Wednesday 9/24/14 (8:30-9:45 session in Lincoln 5).  See link for abstract (slides).
  • 9/5/14:  Daniel Scharfstein is giving a talk on global sensitvity analysis at the University of Rochester, Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology on Thursday 9/18/14.  See link for details (slides).
  • 8/20/14: SAMON software package posted here.
  • 8/3/14:  Aidan McDermott makes presentation about global sensitivity analysis at JSM (slides).
  • 4/18/14: Editorial to be published in Journal of General Internal Medicine, "Prospective EHR-Based Clinical Trials: The Challenge of Missing Data" by Kharazzi, Wang and Scharfstein.
  • 12/20/13: Article to be published in Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, "Standards should be applied in the prevention and handling of missing data for patient-centeredoutcomes research: a systematic review and expert consensus" by Li, Hutfless, Scharfstein, Daniels, Hogan, Little, Roy, Law and Dickersin.
  • 12/15/13: Article submitted to Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research entitled "Global Sensitivity Analysis for Repeated Measures Studies with Dropout: A Fully Parametric Approach"  by Scharfstein, McDermott, Olson and Wiegand.
  • 12/2/13: Daniel Scharfstein gave a short course at FDA about global sensitivity analysis (slides).  There were 30-40 participants who attended in person and another 90 who participated via Adobe Connect.