The Department of Statistics hosts and supports a range of academic conferences that contribute new knowledge and stimulate discussions around emerging areas of applied statistics.
Through these conferences, we enhance the Department’s reputation and build ties with regional and national professional organizations. These events also provide UConn undergraduate and graduate students access to some of the top scholars in our field and hands-on professional development experiences.
Pharmaceutical Data Science (PharmaDS) Conference
Pharmaceutical Data Science (PharmaDS) Conference 2024
March 18-19, 2024
Data scientists, pharmaceutical sponsors,scientists and anybody who are data-enthusiastic and interested in tech-driven innovations, join us at this year’s conference Innovate, Illuminate, Lead: Pioneering the Crossroads of AI, Pharma Development and Data Science, where we delve into the heart of groundbreaking revolutions, potential applications, and thought-provoking discussions on the benefits and risks of emerging technology! From research and development to digital health, pharmacovigilance & patient safety, clinical operations, regulation, commercial, and marketing, the impact of emerging technology is undeniable throughout pharmaceutical life-cycle.
UConn Sports Analytics Symposium (UCSAS)
UConn Sports Analytics Symposium (UCSAS) 2024
April 12-13, 2024
UConn, recognized nationally for its teams in sports such as basketball, baseball, and hockey, among others, hosts the UConn Sports Analytics Symposium (UCSAS), which will focus specifically on undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in sports analytics. UCSAS, started in 2019 and organized by the Statistical Data Science Lab at UConn
The Stat4Onc Annual Symposium
The Stat4Onc Annual Symposium 2024
May 9-10, 2024
The Stat4Onc Annual Symposium is a venue for interdisciplinary dialogue among clinical and quantitative scientists about cancer clinical trials. We seek participation by researchers from academia, industry, and regulatory agencies to share new research, discuss novel ideas, ask questions, and provide solutions for cancer clinical trials. Oncologists and statisticians can exchange views on trial design and conduct, drug development, and translation to patient care. Topics for this symposium include training for new generation of statisticians and clinicians, translational and precision oncology, master protocols, pediatric oncology research and drug development, populational cancer research, biomarkers and subgroups, real world data/evidence, and engagement of under-representative population in oncology research.
New England Statistics Symposium
New England Statistics Symposium 2024
May 22-24, 2024
The symposium has been bringing together statisticians from all over New England and beyond to a central location to share research, discuss emerging issues in the field, and network with colleagues since it was first started at UConn in 1987.
The Statistics in Pharmaceuticals (SIP) conference
The Statistics in Pharmaceuticals (SIP2024) conference
August 15-16, 2024
This unique conference aims to introduce a career in pharmaceutical industry to students studying in quantitative fields, especially statistics and data sciences. This two-day conference will connect you to the world of clinical statistics, and show you how statistics contributes to different phases and aspects of drug development and to improve patients' lives.
The Distinguished Statistcian Colloquiumi, sponsored by Pfizer, ASA, and UConn
The Pfizer Colloquium at UConn invites a guest of honor to present a lecture to the University community. Each lecture is followed by a conversation with the guest of honor and two other distinguished statisticians.
UConn Statistics Biopharmaceutical Summer Academy BIST 5092
The UConn Statistics Biopharmaceutical Summer Academy is a 1-credit course, BIST 5092. This two-week summer program provides an immersive, collaborative, dynamic, and academic experience for students at the graduate and undergraduate levels who are planning to pursue a career as a statistician/programmer in pharmaceuticals and health analytics.
Sports Analytics Symposium
Started in 2019, the UConn Sports Analytics Symposium aims to showcase sports analytics to undergraduate and graduate students at an accessible level. It also aims to foster collaboration between academic programs and the sports industry.
The New England Statistical Society (NESS) Statathon is a statistical data science invention marathon, open to anyone with an interest in using data science to solve real-world problems. It is held jointly by the UConn Department of Statistics and New England Statistical Society during the annual conference.
New England Statistics Symposium
As the annual conference of the New England Statistical Society, the New England Statistics Symposium is a two-day event featuring sessions and courses led by scholars from academic institutes across New England. It also features a student paper competition and various sponsored awards. The UConn Department of Statistics is a founding member of the conference and hosts it every other year.
Stat4Onc Annual Symposium
The Stat4Onc Annual Symposium is a venue for interdisciplinary dialogue among clinical and quantitative scientists about cancer clinical trials. We seek participation by researchers from academia, industry, and regulatory agencies to share new research, discuss novel ideas, ask questions, and provide solutions for cancer clinical trials. Oncologists and statisticians can exchange views on trial design and conduct, drug development, and translation to patient care.
Conference on Lifetime Data Science
The Conference on Lifetime Data Science promotes and supports the development, application, and appropriate use of statistical methods for lifetime or time-to-event data in data science, precision medicine, and risk analysis. The conference is sponsored by the Lifetime Data Analysis Interest Group, which operates under the rules of the Committee on Sections of the American Statistical Association. The Department of Statistics hosted the conference at UConn in 2017.
Quality and Productivity Research Conference
The mission of the Quality and Productivity Research Conference is to improve the quality of products and services and the productivity of industries by stimulating the research and development of better statistical methods for quality and productivity improvement. The conference is sponsored by the Quality and Productivity Section of the American Statistical Association. The Department of Statistics hosted the conference at UConn in 2017.