The 2018 Causality Seminar Series dates are below, all seminars are held at the St Mary’s Campus at Imperial College London. If you are a visitor from outside of Imperial and interested in attending please contact us prior.
This series is presented on behalf of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and the MRC-PHE Centre for Environment and Health.
1 February at 16:00– Professor Jon Willamson, University of Kent, “Establishing causal claims in medicine” Room: SMMS 145 – Sir Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre
15 March at 16:00 Dr Anders Huitfeldt, London School of Economics, “A New Approach to Effect Heterogeneity for Binary Outcomes” SMQW 2042 – Cockburn Lecture Theatre (note this is on the 2nd Floor, Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother Wing).
5 April at 16:00– Professor Neil Pearce, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, “Current debates on causality in epidemiology” Room: Sir Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre
3 May at 16:00 Dr Ricardo Silva, UCL, “Machine Learning and the Art of Causal Assumptions” Room:G64A Conference Room
7 June at 16:00 Dr Stephen Burgess, University of Cambridge- rescheduled
4 Oct at 16:00Dr Ioannis Bakolis, Kings College/Imperial College London, TBA, Room: TBA.
1 Nov at 16:00- Cancelled
10 Dec at 13:00 Dr Federica Russo, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands and Professor Pietro Ghezzi from Brighton & Sussex Medical School. The title of their talk is: “Causal pathways: From biomarkers to social markers.” Room:G64A Conference Room, St Mary’s Campus