The Institute brings together staff from across the University for research in methods and applications of Statistics
Research published in BMC Medical Research Methodology
A team of the medical statistics group in S3RI together with a group of public health scientists in North-Rhine Westphalia (Germany) analysed 21 years data of life expectancy for 54 regions in North-Rhine Westphalia.
Date: Tuesday 16th April 2013
Venue: Building 6 (Nuffield Theatre) room 1077, Lecture Theatre A, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton
Time: The seminar starts at 4pm
A drinks reception will be held afterwards.
S3RI in the University of Southampton is organising this one-day meeting as the opening workshop for a major interdisciplinary EPSRC project (£635,000) led by Dr Sujit Sahu.
Two new short course on Hierachical Modelling of Spatial and Temporal data to be held at Southampton
Two Short-courses on Introduction to Bayesian Analysis and MCMC, and Hierarchical Modelling of Spatial and Temporal Data Lecturers: Sujit Sahu (University of Southampton, UK) and Alan Gelfand (Duke University, USA) Date: April 9-12th, 2013 Venue: University of Southampton, UK.
Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology - a 3 days course
S3RI has started a new series of short courses in medical statistics with a first course on: Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology
Research published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
A study carried out by CPC, S3RI & the Centre for Global Health, Population, Poverty & Policy researchers has shown that, among women with 'low-risk' pregnancies, those who intend to give birth in hospital are significantly more likely to experience a PPH than those who intend to give birth at home.
S3RI Special Seminar 13 November 2012
The last S3RI Special Seminar was given by Professor David Collett, titled "Statistical Contributions to Organ Transplantation." The seminar took place on Tuesday 13 November 2012 at 4pm in Building 6 Nuffield Theatre, L/T A, followed by a drinks reception.
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Grant
Alan Kimber, Robin Mitra and Dave Collett have won an award from the National Institute for Health Research to develop improved methods of analysing survival data on patients receiving organ transplants.
Ann Berrington (PI) with Steven Roberts (Co-I, University of Kent) have been awarded funding of £181,695 to look at Young Adulthood - aspirations and realities for living and learning in the 21st Century.