Institute for Health Outcomes and Policy Research invites you for the following Seminar.
Wednesday, May 2, 11 AM – 12 PM CST.
Teaching and Learning Center, 4th Floor, 920 Madison Avenue
Title: The Bayesian Approach to Data Analysis
Presenter: Fridtjof Thomas, PhD, Associate Professor Division of Biostatistics, Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Abstract: What is Bayesian data analysis? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this approach? How can it be practically implemented? This seminar introduces the basic ideas underlying the Bayesian approach to data analysis by a fundamental example of statistical learning, shows the basic building blocks of that approach including the essential “mathematical machinery”, and elaborates on the feasibility of real world data analyses following the Bayesian approach.
Keywords: Statistical learning, Bayesian approach, probability, likelihood, prior distribution, posterior distribution, Bayes theorem, conjugate priors, sequential updating, statistical inference, predictive distributions.
Please mark your calendars. You can attend through the Zoom link below for seminar.
For further information, please contact:
Sajeesh Kumar, PhD
Institute for Health Outcomes and Policy
College of Graduate Health Sciences