We can see the forest, but where are the trees?  Methods to bridge diversity and meta-analysis
  • Plymouth John Bull Building MR10 (livestream)

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The Evidence Synthesis & Modelling for Health Improvement (ESMI) research group are hosting a series of guest external lectures from world-leading academics and up-and-coming talent in the world of evidence synthesis and modelling for applied health research. The lectures aim to share learning and foster debate about new ideas and methods developments in evidence synthesis and modelling, and build collaborative connections to leading researchers and research groups in the UK and internationally.

We are delighted to welcome G.J.Melendez-Torres from Cardiff University to Exeter on Wednesday 24th January 2018 talking about ‘We can see the forest, but where are the trees? Methods to bridge diversity and meta-analysis’

The event will take place at St. Luke's Campus with a livestream to Truro Knowledge Spa F083 and Plymouth John Bull Building MR10.

Exeter colleagues are welcome to attend in the WK Norman Seminar Room, St Luke’s Campus, and there will be VC to Knowledge Spa, Truro (F083) and John Bull Building, Plymouth (MR10). The lecture will run from 1000-1100. All welcome.

For further information please email ESMI@exeter.ac.uk or visit the ESMI lecture series page

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