Joint conference with the Italian Region of the International Biometric Society

Main conference topics

• Bayesian theory and computation
• Biomarker discovery, development and validation
• Causal inference and causal machine learning
• Competing risks and multistate models
• Covid19 spread, diagnosis and interventions
• High dimensional data
• Innovative clinical trial designs
• Innovative epidemiological designs
• Latent variable modelling

• Longitudinal and correlated data
• Machine learning and deep learning methods for health
• Methods for rare diseases
• Missing data
• Non parametric and semiparametric methods
• Precision medicine
• Prediction models
• Real world data
• Statistics in epidemiology
• Survival analysis


Local Organizing Committee


Chair: Maria Grazia Valsecchi

Vice-chair: Laura Antolini

Treasurer: Paola Rebora

                    Davide Bernasconi

                    Valeria Edefonti

                    Aldo Solari

Scientific Programme Committee


Chair: Stefania Galimberti (IT)

             Claudia Angelini (IT)

             Jonathan Bartlett (UK)

             Stefano Calza (IT)

             Clelia Di Serio (IT)

             Malka Gorfine (Israel)

             Dario Gregori (IT)

             Thomas Jaki (Germany)

             Thomas Lumley (New Zealand)

             Rajarshi Mukherjee (USA)

             Cécile Proust-Lima (France)

             Marie Reilly (Sweden)

             Kaspar Rufibach (Switzerland)

             Thomas Scheike (Denmark)

             Ewout Steyerberg (NL)

             Francesco Stingo (IT)

             Giota Touloumi (GR)

             James Wason (UK) 

             Emily C. Zabor (USA)

Mini-Symposia Committee


Chair: Marco Bonetti

            Federico Ambrogi

            Emanuele Di Angelantonio

            Stefania Galimberti

            Mauro Gasparini

            Maria Luisa Restaino

Deadline for Abstract Submission will be March 10th, 2023



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University of Milano-Bicocca


Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo 1, Milano

UNIMIB is a young, dynamic, multi-disciplinary research oriented university. Located in the heart of Milan, its campus-district offers state-of-the-art facilities and is easily accessible through public transport (metro line & buses).

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Program will include:

  • Pre conference courses (Sunday August 27)
  • Invited and plenary sessions (Monday to Wednesday August 28-30)
  • Mini-symposia (Thursday August 31)
  • Early Career Biostatisticians’ Day (Thursday August 31)

Social events will include:

  • Student gathering (Sunday August 27)
  • Welcome reception (Monday August 28)
  • Half a day excursions (Tuesday August 29)
  • Social dinner (Wednesday August 30)
The Wednesday and Thursday program will be jointly organised by ISCB (International Society for Clinical Biostatistics) and the Italian region of IBS (International Biometric Society)
ISCB Awards and Support

Student Conference Awards are available for registered postgraduate students to attend and present a paper at the conference, upon request at the time of abstract submission. 

Conference Awards for Scientists are available to biostatisticians from the countries underrepresented in the field of clinical biostatistics to attend the conference, upon request at the time of abstract submission.

Scientists and students from Developing Countries can apply for financial support to participate in the conference