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Methods in Clinical Epidemiology (MICLEP)

 

We are a group of six mathematicians and two health economists. Our main research interests include statistical modelling in clinical epidemiology, bias evaluation, health-care cost evaluation, risk communication, advanced survival analysis and study designs with applications in hospital-acquired infections, antimicrobial resistance, influenza, oncology, and society.

Projects

Publications

 

Group leader

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Prof. Dr. Martin Wolkewitz

Statistical methods in hospital epidemiology

Multistate models

Mathematical modelling of epidemics

 

Members

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Kristin Ohneberg

Survival analysis

Competing risks

Sample size calculation

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Derek Hazard

Cohort studies

Competing risks

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Sam Doerken

 

Nosocomial / hospital infections

Point prevalence studies

 

Maja von Cube

Maja von Cube

Survival analysis

Multistate models

Dynamic prediction

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Susanne Weber

Diagnostic studies

Observational studies

Competing Risiks

Prediction models

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Klaus Kaier

Health economics

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Thomas Heister

Health economics