Joint longitudinal and time-to-event models for applications in health research [ 2015 - 2017 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers: Mr Sam Brilleman (Principal investigator)

Brief description A recently developed statistical technique ("joint modelling") allows for both repeatedly measured biomarker data (for example, blood pressure measurements) and event time data (for example, time until death) to be analysed together. There are several potential benefits to using these models, but since the methods are relatively new their uptake in applied health research remains limited. This PhD will consist of several distinct but interrelated projects which explore the use of these models.

Funding Amount $AUD 86,073.45

Funding Scheme Postgraduate Scholarships

Notes Public Health Postgraduate Scholarship

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