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For our July event, we have the pleasure of Dr. Susanna Cramb all the way from QUT!
Date: Tue, 9th July 2019
6:00pm - 6:30pm: Refereshments
6:30pm - 7.30pm: Talk
Venue: New Law Building Room 104, The University of Sydney
Cancer maps: the future is here
Mapping cancer is not new. But the plethora of sophisticated methods now available for disease mapping means that cancer maps have never before had the potential to be as powerful or useful as now. This talk summarises a decade of work on mapping small-area patterns in cancer incidence and survival, first across Queensland, then Australia.
The models and methods used to generate small-area estimates and additional insights (including premature deaths) will be presented, along with information on data sources, visualisation, and how this work has helped cancer patients.
Dr Susanna Cramb is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, QUT. Prior to this she worked at Cancer Council Queensland and before that, at the University of Queensland. She is also a current Superstar of STEM, an Honorary Fellow at Menzies School of Health Research, Vice President (Memberships) of the Statistical Society of Australia and a Sub-Technical Editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics. Susanna’s research has mainly focused on using complex modelling techniques to investigate the spatial and spatio-temporal patterns of chronic disease in Queensland and across Australia.
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