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Royal Statistical Society Highlands Local Group Seminar-
The Royal Statistical Society Highlands Local Group would like to invite you to a talk Professor Richard Riley, Chair in Biostatistics, Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham, has previously given elsewhere but here will be a bit more technical. Abstract: Clinical prediction models estimate an individual’s risk of a particular health outcome. Well-known examples include...
Managing a collaboration with multiple cohorts: Experience with the Parkinson's Incidence Cohorts Collaboration (PICC)-
Angus is a neurologist and epidemiologist with a research interest in the epidemiology of Parkinson's disease and other neurological conditions. His main research interests are the prognosis of Parkinson's, developing prognostic models, nutrition in Parkinson's and systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies. Join us to hear his experience of managing...
BHF Data Science Centre September Webinar-
'Dataset Summary Dashboard - a new tool to quickly explore datasets available through the BHF Data Science Centre'
HDRUK: Research Centre/Portfolio Planning and Implementation Webinar-
Discover how to establish a shared understanding of your research centre or portfolio's scope, and effectively monitor and advance progress.
Explorathon 2023 - Cafe Sci-
This event was fully booked
MRI Research in Aberdeen: the past, present and future
Interdisciplinary Human-Centred AI Research Network (HCAI) - Flash Talks & Networking Event-
As part of the Interdisciplinary Human-Centred AI network, we invite University of Aberdeen colleagues to participate in our interdisciplinary meeting focussing on Human-Centred AI research (HCAI), and its implications across disciplines (including e.g. Engineering, Psychology, Law, Health Sciences, Language, Literature, Music,, Business, Visual Culture & Philosophy). We believe it is essential to...
Interdisciplinary Workshop: Aberdeen Children of the 1950s as a research resource-
All University of Aberdeen staff with interests in ‘healthy ageing’ (genetic, environmental, social, or economic aspects), life-course research and coastal and energy communities are invited to an interdisciplinary workshop on the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s cohort and opportunities from the new data collection that is set to enhance this valuable...
GRO: Research & Development Seminar-
ACHDS Seminar - Engaging Youth in Research: How DATAPLUS is building the next generation of African data scientists and social researchers.-
DATAPLUS, a youth-led research social enterprise founded in 2021 by Rwandan university freshmen, aims to empower young individuals with practical quantitative and qualitative research skills. Through knowledge-sharing initiatives and real-world consulting experiences, DATAPLUS encourages youth participation in research and fosters a culture of research excellence. The presentation explores potential collaborations...
DARE UK public webinar - Breaking barriers, building community: Exploring DARE UK community groups-
DARE UK Community Groups are collaborative community-led initiatives highlighting the importance of working together towards common goals. This initiative aims to unite experts and individuals interested in sensitive data to collaborate and create innovative solutions that support sensitive data research in the UK while fostering a thriving sensitive data community.