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Epidemiology and Clinical Statistics for Tumor, Respiratory, and Resuscitation Assessments

ECSTRRA team aims to create innovative statistical tools to best fit the clinical setting, in order to improve responses to clinical questioning in terms of diagnosis, treatment or prognosis, and going beyond traditional approaches.

  • Looking for a population that may benefit from a new treatment

  • Incorporating PROs in the dose finding for a new treatment

  • Handling time-dependent exposures and confounders when evaluating treatment effects from observational data

  • Multidisciplinary Research from Clinical settings to Biostatistical developments and vice versa

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Major projects

Innovating Treatment

Evaluation: From Population to Personalized answers

Looking for a population that may benefit from a new treatment
Incorporating PROs in the dose finding for a new treatment
Handling time-dependent exposures and confounders when evaluating treatment effects from observational data

Biostatistical research

Regression Models: From observational clinical data to Big Data

Handling survival outcomes with missing predictors

Handling missing values in large databases

Performing useful dynamic prediction modeling

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The research activities of our Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology Research team (ECSTRRA) can be considered intermediate between theoretical research in biostatistics, and clinical research using statistical tools previously developed.

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A large activity in clinical epidemiology – Strong interaction at the Hospital and at the University with teams and clinical services – therapeutic evaluation of chronic diseases, intensive care, hematological diseases and bone-marrow transplant

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