Keaven Anderson, Pralay Mukhopadhyay, and Satrajit Roychoudhury discuss non-proportional hazards in a regulatory setting.
Judy Li and Renee Rees discuss what's new and exciting at the 2019 Regulatory-Industry Statistics Workshop.
Donna LaLonde, Kristian Lum, and Leslie McClure discuss the ASA Task Force on Sexual Harassment and Assault.
Rakhi Kilaru and Olgica Klindworth discuss risk-based monitoring and quality tolerance limits.
Inna Perevozskaya and Bo Huang discuss the changing landscape in oncology clinical development.
Zoran Antonijevic, Robert Beckman, Scott Berry & Richard Simon discuss the current application and future of platform trials.
Qi talks about the benefits and challenges of applying deep learning methodologies to electronic medical records.
Richard discusses the importance of the Biopharmaceutical Section and describes what he hopes to accomplish as Chair in 2019.
Toshimitsu Hamasaki describes his work at a major research hospital and discusses the regulatory environment in Japan.
Hong Liu-Seifert and Steve Wilson discuss the challenges of developing new treatments for Alzheimer's Disease and the formation of the scientific working group.
Pam McGovern, Willis Jensen, John Kolassa, and Fanni Natanegara talk about collaboration and the Statistical Partnerships Among Academe, Industry & Government Committee, otherwise known as SPAIG.
Shanthi Sethuraman and Haoda Fu discuss challenges and opportunities in using wearable devices for research in diabetes.
Yun and Satrajit discuss the 2018 Regulatory-Industry Statistics Workshop.
Aparna Anderson, David DeMets, Susan Ellenberg, and Janet Wittes discuss the history of data monitoring committees and some of the challenges of implementing them in practice.
Cathy Furlong and Gary Shapiro discuss the history of Statistics Without Borders and how statisticians can use their skills to give back to the community.
Ling Chen and Kunthel By discuss methods related to the development of abuse deterrent opioids.
Zoltan Harsanyi, Janet McDougall, and Theresa Utlaut discuss the PStat® and GStat® accreditations.
Alexander Schacht and Benjamin Piske discuss their new podcast and the many ways statisticians can make themselves more effective.
ASA President Lisa LaVange describes her varied career across industry, government and academia, and discusses the establishment of the ASA Leadership Institute.