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Updated Newsletter#69

A slightly updated version of the ISCB News #69 is available in the Members’ Area (Regular Posters added). News #70 should be available before the

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Events

19th International Summer Conference on Probability & Statistics
(25-30 June 2021 | Pomorie, Bulgaria)
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ANZSC 2021 ‑ Australian Statistical Society and New Zealand Statistical Association Conference
(05-09 July 2021 | Gold Coast, Australia)
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Conference and Special Issue of Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A in memory of Fred Smith and Chris Skinner
(08-10 July 2021 | Southampton, UK)
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63rd ISI World Statistics Congress 2021
(11-16 July 2021 | Virtual event)
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42nd Annual Conference of the ISCB 
(18-22 July 2021 | Virtual event – Lyon, France)
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About ISCB

The International Society for Clinical Biostatistics was founded in 1978 to stimulate research into the principles and methodology used in the design and analysis of clinical research and to increase the relevance of statistical theory to the real world of clinical medicine.

Membership is open to all interested individuals who share the Aims of the Society. ISCB’s membaership include clinicians, statisticians and members of other disciplines, such as epidemiologists, clinical chemists and clinical pharmacologists, working or interested in the field of clinical biostatistics.