Causal Mediation Analysis Training

Methods and Applications Using Health Data
9:00 am
5:00 pm
Wednesday
10
July
2019
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Linda Valeri, PhD; Caleb Miles, PhD; Mark van der Laan, PhD
Linda Valeri, PhD, Columbia University; Caleb Miles, PhD, Columbia University; Mark van der Laan, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Training
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Open to the Public

The Causal Mediation Analysis Training is a 3-day intensive boot camp of seminars and hands-on analytical sessions to provide an overview of concepts, data analysis methods used to investigate mediating mechanisms.



This three-day intensive course will cover some of the recent developments in causal mediation analysis and provide practical tools to implement these techniques and assess the mechanisms and pathways by which causal effects operate. Led by a team of experts in causal mediation techniques at Columbia University, this course will integrate lectures and discussion with hands-on computer lab sessions using R, SAS, SPSS and Stata. The course will cover the relationship between traditional methods for mediation in environmental health, epidemiology, and the social sciences and new methods in causal inference using a wide variety of examples to illustrate the techniques and approaches.



Capacity is limited. Investigators at all career stages are welcome to attend, and we particularly encourage trainees and early-stage investigators to participate.



- Paid Registration required to attend: https://columbia-workshops.regfox.com/2019-causal-mediation-analysis
- More information about course objectives, registration deadlines, fees, and logistics: https://mailman.columbia.edu/causal-mediation
- Email us at Columbia.CMA [at] gmail.com

Contact:

Abby Welbourn