Causal Analysis in Theory and Practice

April 12, 2010

Course on Causal Inference / University of Washington

Filed under: Announcement — moderator @ 3:03 pm

M. Elizabeth Halloran from University of Washington writes:

A 2.5 day course on Causal Inference, with particular applications in infectious diseases,  including causal inference with interference,  is offered June 14-16, 2010, in Seattle at the University of Washington. The course is taught by Thomas Richardson and Michael Hudgens. It is Module 2 of the Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling in Infectious Diseases.

We have funds to support students and postdocs for tuition waivers and travel. Please apply if possible by April 15, though we would likely consider applications after that.

More information and registration is available at


  1. Sounds like a wonderful resource. Will the course be filmed and then made publicly available? This would be extremely helpful for those like me who can’t make it to the event


    Comment by Ricardo Pietrobon — April 12, 2010 @ 7:57 pm

  2. Dear Ricardo,

    we contacted Prof. Halloran from UWash and she said that, at least now, they are not planning to record the classes. We will keep you informed in case of change of the plans.

    Thank you for the feedback,

    Comment by eb — April 13, 2010 @ 5:43 pm

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