Causality Seminar Series 2022
16 February - April 2022
We are delighted to announce and invite you to our Causality Seminar Series organised by IDSAI in early Spring 2022. We have a number of amazing speakers who have agreed to take part in this event series.
Check out our timetable of confirmed speakers and click on Eventbrite to register:-
|16 February 2022||Professor Climent Quintana-Domeque||University of Exeter||Why the Nobel Prize in Economics went to causal inference||Eventbrite||Click here|
|9 March 2022||Professor Kate Tilling||University of Bristol||Selection bias, missing data and causal inference||Eventbrite||Click here|
|16 March 2022||Dr Nitzan Peri-Rotem||University of Exeter||Addressing causality in observational studies: An agnostic approach||Eventbrite||Click here|
|23 March 2022||Dr Rhian Daniel||Cardiff University||Regression by Composition||Eventbrite||Click here|
|6 April 2022||Professor Eleanor Murray||Boston University||Causal inference for complex & time-varying exposures, or why the g-formula is the only formula you need||Eventbrite||Click here|
|27 April 2022||Dr Sarah Wieten||Durham University||Just Say Association: On the Use of Causal Language in the Health Sciences Literature||Eventbrite||Click here|
These seminars will take place on Wednesday at 2.00pm (BST) and will be held either online via Zoom or in the Lecture Theatre1, Queen's Building, University of Exeter, EX4 4QH. Details will be provided on registration.