Advances in Causal Inference, Survey Statistics, Disclosure Risk, and Missing Data

A Celebration of Roderick Little's 65th Birthday

October 30-31, 2015
Michigan Campus, Ann Arbor

 

Roderick LittleRod Little, Richard D. Remington Professor of the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan, has been a leader throughout his career in the development and application of statistical methods in public health research. To celebrate his wide range of accomplishments and services to science, as well as his tenure at the Department of Biostatistics since 1993, the Department of Biostatistics and the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research were proud to host a symposium in honor of his 65th birthday entitled "Celebrating Rod Little’s 65th Birthday: Advances in Causal Inference, Survey Statistics, Disclosure Risk, and Missing Data." The Symposium included fourteen invited speakers (former students and colleagues) that are leaders in these areas, as well as a contributed poster session and a banquet in his honor.

The Conference was held Friday October 30 and Saturday October 31 at Palmer Commons on the the University of Michigan campus, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

Organizing Committee

  • Michael Elliott: mrelliot@umich.edu (chair of the organizing committee)
  • Veronica Berrocal: berrocal@umich.edu
  • Timothy Johnson: tdjtdj@umich.edu
  • Trivellore Raghunathan: teraghu@umich.edu
  • Jeremy Taylor: jmgt@umich.edu