Upcoming Events

Thursday October 25

Lives of Immigrants: Rights and Responsibilities 
a panel discussion co-sponsored by the CPRC

As official relationships between states and countries change, cruising immigration becomes immensely challenging. "Lives of Immigrants: Rights and Responsibilities" brings together newly elected leaders from Mexican cities, community leaders and official in NY city, and scholars to engage in a dialogue to create spaces for binational communities to build and better lives and ease two-way migrant movements across Mexico and the United States.

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Monday October 29

Causal Inference for Complex Observational Data 
sponsored by the Computing and Methods Core of the CPRC

Observational data often have issues which present challenges for the data analyst.  The treatment status or exposure of interest is often not assigned randomly.  Data are sometimes missing not at random (MNAR) which can lead to sample selection bias.  And many statistical models for these data must account for unobserved confounding.  This talk will demonstrate how to use standard maximum likelihood estimation to fit extended regression models (ERMs) that deal with all of these common issues alone or simultaneously. 

RSVP required


Tuesday October 30

Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS 
a PRA convening

The purpose of the meeting will be to introduce the new co-conveners of the group, Lisa Bates, John Santelli, and Brooke West, and to share informal updates on current research with the goal of creating new opportunities for collaboration (think: research-speed-dating). We can also discuss what programming would be useful to us as a group of researchers with interconnecting research goals. 

RSVP requested by Oct 25