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11 décembre 2017

Conference on Statistics and Health

11-12 January 2018.

Location :

Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse.

Keynote Speakers :

Michael Kosorok - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA.
Eric Laber - University of North Carolina, Raleigh, USA.
Erica Moodie - Mc Gill University, Montréal, Canada.
Georgiy Bobashev - RTI, North Carolina, USA.

Keywords :

Personalized Medicine - Big Data

Program :

Day 1 : Personalized Medicine - Organised by Cancéropôle GSO – SMAC group

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9h15 Welcome and Introduction of the workshop
Nicolas Savy - Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, Toulouse, France.
9h30 Inferential challenges in machine learning and precision medicine
Michael Kosorok - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA.
10h45 Coffee Break
11h15 Semiparametric Thompson sampling with application to e-and m-health
Eric Laber - University of North Carolina, Raleigh, USA.
12h30 Lunch
14h00 An introduction to SMART designs
Erica Moodie - Mc Gill University, Montréal, Canada.
15h15 MULTIPLI Program
Carine Bellera - Institut Bergonié, Comprehensive Cancer Center, Bordeaux, France.
16h00 Cofee Break
16h30 Use of mathematical modeling for accelerating and personalizing clinical trials.
Rodolphe Thiébaut - Inria, Inserm, Bordeaux, France.
17h15 Use of pharmacological models for personalized medicine.
Julie Bertrand - Inserm, Paris, France.
18h00 Round Table
18h30 End of the first day.

 Day 2 : Big Data / Knowledge building - Organised by Région Midi-Pyrénées – Big Data Project and CNRS - BIDASA project

 9h15 Modeling of the data, with the data, and instead of the data.

Georgiy Bobashev - RTI, North Carolina, USA.
10h30 Cofee Break
11h00 Big Data versus Data Re-use – example of patients recruitment modelling
Nicolas Savy - Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, Toulouse, France.
11h45 On the use of optimal transportation to merge databases
Valérie Garès - INSA de Rennes, Rennes, France.
12h30 Predicting is not explaining": From data to action and retroaction - experience from clinical legal medicine
Thomas Lefèvre - ISIS, EHESS, Paris, France.
13h15 Lunch
15h20 Different points of view on the question "Is Big Data in health a myth or a Reality ?" : Short coms (~10’)
Opening : Sébastien Déjean (Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse)
- Philippe Besse (Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse)
- Nicolas Bousquet (Quantmetry)
- Felipe Guerrero (CHU de Toulouse)
- Michael Kosorok (UNC)
- Sébastien Marque (Capionis)
- Bertrand Monthubert (Région Midi-Pyrénées)
- Emmanuel Pham (IPSEN)
- Emmanuelle Rial- Sebag (INSERM U 1027)
17h00 Round table
18h00 Closing caffee break
18h30 End of the conference.

Registration :

There are no fees but registration is mandatory. Deadline for registration is December 20th.

Registration is now open

Limited to 80 persons

Scientific Comitee :
Nicolas Savy - Sébastien Déjean - Philippe Saint-Pierre
Personalized Medicine : Mélanie Prague - Michael Kosorok - Members of SMAC group of « GSO Cancéropole »
Big Data : Thierry Lang - Chloé Dimeglio - Valérie Garès
Local Organization Comitee :
Sébastien Déjean - Toulouse Institute of Mathematics
Chloé Diméglio - Inserm Unit 1027, Toulouse
Céline Bougel - Inserm Unit 1027, Toulouse
Philippe Saint-Pierre - Toulouse Institute of Mathematics
Nicolas Savy - Toulouse Institute of Mathematics

Contact :
Nicolas SAVY - nicolas.savy [at] math.univ-toulouse.fr

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