ISCB 45

THESSALONIKI
2024

45th Annual Conference
of the International Society
for Clinical Biostatistics

21-25 July 2024

Thessaloniki Concert Hall
Greece

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Invitation

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee and the Scientific Program Committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to participate to the 45th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics (ISCB45), taking place in Thessaloniki Greece, at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall on 21 to 25 July 2024.

ISCB Conferences are open to statisticians, clinicians, epidemiologists and members of other disciplines working or interested in the field of clinical biostatistics, and you will see various disciplinary fields, professional ranks, and career stages represented.

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ISCB 45

THESSALONIKI
2024

Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter FRS OBE

Emeritus Professor of Statistics
University of Cambridge

Speech Title: Trustworthy Communication of Statistical Evidence: What it is, and How we Can Get More of it

Professor Chris Holmes

Professor of Biostatistics
Department of Statistics
University of Oxford

Speech Title: “Where Medical Statistics Meets Artificial Intelligence”

Keynote Speakers

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Professor Chris Holmes

Emeritus Professor of Statistics
University of Cambridge

Speech Title: “Trustworthy Communication of Medical Evidence”

Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter FRS OBE is Emeritus Professor of Statistics in the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cambridge, and a Non-Executive Director of the UK Statistics Authority.  His bestselling book, The Art of Statistics, was published in March 2019.  He is @d_spiegel on Twitter.

Professor Chris Holmes

Professor of Biostatistics
Department of Statistics, University of Oxford

Chris Holmes is a Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Oxford, with a joint appointment in the Department of Statistics and the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine. Formerly at Imperial College, London, and with industry experience in scientific computing, he served as the Programme Director for Health and Medical Sciences at The Alan Turing Institute until October 2023. Chris holds a Programme Leader’s award in Statistical Genomics from the Medical Research Council UK and was named one of the ‘Innovators of the year in AI’ by WIRED UK in 2016. 
https://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/people/chris-holmes

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