patient-reported outcomes research, dynamic prediction/classification, longitudinal data analysis, design of clinical trials Dr. Tolu Sajobi is assistant professor of biostatistics and Chair of the Biostatistics Specialization in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary. He is also a member of the O'Brien Institute for Public Health and the Hotchkiss Brain Institute. His program of research focuses on development and application of novel statistical methods in clinical and population health studies. Specifically, his methodological investigations include statistical methods for measurement and analysis of behavioral and patient-reported outcomes, classification models for multivariate repeated measures designs, and design of randomized and observational studies. He collaborates on a variety of research projects related to the design and analysis of clinical and population health studies in using statistical tools extract valuable information from large datasets.
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An ideal applicant would have an undergraduate training in mathematics, statistics, econometrics, or quantitative psychology. Students interested in pursuing MSc in Biostatistics or Epidemiology should contact. Dr. Sajobi.
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