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ISPOR Signal Series: "The New Science of Cause and Effect: Causal Revolution Applied"| 25 January 2022
When: 25 Jan 2022
Organiser: Prof. Dr. Uwe Siebert, MPH, MSc
UMIT - University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology
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Join the upcoming ISPOR Signal Series episode on January 25 at 10:00am ET with the speaker Prof. Judea Pearl addressing "The New Science of Cause and Effect: Causal Revolution Applied."

Dr Judea Pearl is a professor of computer science and director of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory, Samueli School of Engineering, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. He is a pioneer in the field of causal inference, the author of 3 books, and has won numerous awards, including the Alan Turing Award.

Dr. Pearl will make a presentation on how causal models interact with data and work in scientific applications today, spanning the subjects of selection bias, personalized treatment effect, fusion of data from several sources (observational and experimental studies), and causality in observational studies.

Save your spot and register now for this complimentary event:

Registration includes access to the recorded session, which will be available on demand through February 28, 2022.



For those of you who want to dive deeper into DAGs, target trial emulation and g-methods and get hands-on software skills in causal inference, one week later, we hold our HTADS online course "Causal Inference for Assessing Effectiveness in Real World Data and Clinical Trials" with Prof. Nicholas Latimer, Prof. Ian White, Felicitas Kühne, and myself.

Save your seat - the early booking period ends January 17, 2022.

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