Advanced Longitudinal Data Analysis in Ageing Research
A 3.5-day workshop for early career researchers
9-12 December 2019, UNSW Sydney
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is proud to offer this 3.5 day workshop for early career researchers at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. The workshop will be presented by Dr Andrew Kingston, a research fellow from Newcastle University's Institute for Ageing, UK. The workshop will cover some statistical techniques that quantify the impact of person specific factors on competing health outcomes and how they impact healthy life expectancy. This will be a fast paced workshop and participants should have a good quantitative background with experience of manipulating longitudinal data sets.
Further information about the workshop can be found on the Workshop Flyer.
Places for the workshop are limited with preference given to early career researchers. Applications must be made on the prescribed Application Form and submitted to Amy Brushwood firstname.lastname@example.org by 18 October 2019.
A number of travel bursaries are available valued up to $750 and will be offered to assist interstate participants with travel and accommodation expenses.
10 September - Applications open
18 October - Applications close
4 November - Applicants notifed of outcomes
9-12 December - Workshop
Direct event enquiries to: Amy Brushwood
Direct media enquiries to: Silke Weiss