Earlier in the semester I mentioned that I’d be co-teaching a graduate course this summer (June 11-15, 2012 to be exact). The course – known as Geographical Epidemiology – is a week-long eight-hour per day graduate level course directed at anyone studying or researching in the areas of public health, epidemiology, disease mapping, or biostatistics. The course is offered through the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph, and will be co-taught by 6 faculty members from 3 different departments. Specifically:
- Olaf Berke, Associate Professor of Statistical Epidemiology
- David Pearl, Associate Professor, Analytical Epidemiologist
- Zvonimir Poljak, Assistant Professor, Swine Veterinary Epidemiologist
- Dan Gillis, Assistant Professor, Statistician
Anyway, today I can offer you the course outline – although I can’t say for certain which sections I’ll be teaching. It’s likely that I’ll be covering the labs on day 1, and possibly lecture 4 or 6. I’ll keep you posted.
Check out this link for more information.
- Geographical Epidemiology (danielgillis.wordpress.com)
- 40 years of tropical epidemiology (wellcometrust.wordpress.com)
- Course: Statistical Practice in Epidemiology with R (r-bloggers.com)
- Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology: Italy, June 2012 (imianews.wordpress.com)
- Epidemiology and epigenetics – a marriage made in heaven? (oup.com)