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K&T transfer
Knowledge and Technology Transfer
Research projects and grants
Identificación de moduladores dietéticos del envejecimiento cognitivo y plasticidad cerebral, y evidencia del concepto de eficacia en la prevención/reversión del declive cognitivo
Microbioma sanguíneo e intestinal para el estudio del efecto de un patrón dietético rico en polifenoles sobre la permeabilidad intestinal de ancianos
Marta Bofill: Guanyadora del XIV Premi Student d'Estadística Aplicada
Dia Mundial de l'Estadística 2016
II International Workshop AMyC 2016
Retreat GRBIO 2015 (Castelldefels)
Inauguració curs
Métodos avanzados en estudios de seguimiento: diseño de ensayos clínicos, datos longitudinales y censura en un intervalo.
Statistical methods for clinical trials, complex censoring schemes and integrative omics data analysis: MTM2015-64465-C2-1-R.
Methods in Research on Research (MIROR).
Marie Slodowska Curie Action: Innovative Training Network: European Joint Doctorate.
Marie Curie PhD studentships
MIROR anounces 15 Marie Curie PhD studentships to develop methods of Research on Research in clinical sciences.
CompARE is a free on-line platform developed to help investigators to choose the primary endpoint of a Randomized Clinical Trial. It analyzes whether you should use a Composite endpoint as Primary endpoint in time-to-event studies, comparing different scenarios depending on different candidate endpoints. It is of great help when planning a clinical trial since it quantifies how efficient is a relevant subset of outcomes respect to a larger subset of outcomes. CompARE is a friendly free tool, and, although is internally programmed in R, users do not need knowledge of R, neither to have R installed in their computer. CompARE is based on the free software Tightly Integrated Knowledge Infrastructure (Tiki Wiki CMS/Goupware). Tiki allows to execute R routines by means of the pluginR, software written under the GNU/LGPL license. By means of web-page forms, users can easily introduce the required information, step by step. This information is saved in trackers allowing the code to be executed by the system and returning ad-hoc results depending on each case. Results from CompARE are shown by means of summary tables and plots. A history table saves each result to compare previous analyses. Moreover, conclusions and recommendations are given in written form as an aid.