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Call for papers

The ROeS 2013 Scientific Programme Committee (SPC) invites you to submit a broad range of contibutions mainly related to the topics listed below.

We encourage you to submit contributions about methodologies, applications, successful stories or lessons learned from not so successful projects in the biometric domain.

Contributions are accepted in the form of:
  • Oral presentations
  • Posters

Each type of submission is described in detail below. Please note that the submission will be form-based, therefore no template is available. Neither figures nor tables are allowed.

Moreover the ROeS also grants the Author-Linder-Award to junior scientists. Please find details here.

Main Topics

    • Recent Advances in Time-to-Event Models
    • Risk Prediction Models
    • Growth-Curves
    • Analysis of Registries and other large Databases
    • Analysis of Health Insurance Data
    • Early Development
    • Quantitative Benefit Risks
    • Criteria for Surrogate Endpoints
    • Flexible and Adaptive Designs
    • Mixed Data Analysis
    • Missing Data Analysis
    • Breakthrough Therapies
    • Personalized Health Care - Biomarkers into Clinics
    • Applications in Genomics
    • Multistate Models – Cure Models
    • Recent Advances in Public Health Care Analysis
    • Young Statisticians
    • Careers in Biostatistics
    • Statistical Methods in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
    • Other Topics related to Biometrics

    Oral Presentation

    The authors should prepare their proposal that includes: title, names, affiliations, locations (city, state, and country) of all authors, unstructured abstract (200-300 words) without subtitles, references, and 3-5 keywords. All sumbitted proposals are subject to peer-review by three reviewers. Accepted abstracts will be included in the ROeS 2013 Proceedings. They will also be available on the Conference CD-ROM, and on the ROeS 2013 website. Presenters of accepted abstracts are allocated 20 minutes, discussion included.

    Poster

    A poster is a scientific contribution, which is better presented graphically than verbally. The authors should prepare their proposal that includes: title, names, affiliations, locations (city, state, and country) of all authors, unstructured abstract (200-300 words) without subtitles, references, and 3-5 keywords. All poster proposals are subject to peer-review by three reviewers. Accepted posters will be included in the ROeS 2013 Proceedings. They will also be available on the Conference CD-ROM, and on the ROeS 2013 website.