We are excited to announce that the Center for Causal Discovery will be hosting their Summer Short Course and Datathon this year from June 11-14, 2018.
Registration is now open.
Causal Discovery from Biomedical Data – June 11-14, 2018, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Course Director: Richard Scheines, PhD
Our short course on causal discovery with biomedical data is appropriate for both biomedical and data scientists at the level of graduate students on up who seek training in causal discovery and graphical modeling of biomedical data. Attendees, either biomedical or data scientists, are expected to have knowledge of basic statistical principles, but no prior graphical modeling experience is needed. You can review the 2017 Summer Short Course on Causal Discovery, presentations from the 2016 Summer Short Course on Causal Discovery from Biomedical Data and the Causal and Statistical Reasoning online course to prepare for the 2018 Short Course and better understand the material to be presented.
Details about the Datathon will be announced later on this site.
There is no charge to attend the Summer Short Course.
A block of Carnegie Mellon University dorm rooms are available for reservation. Dorm rooms must be reserved by May 21, 2018.
CMU dorm rates:
Single Occupancy in a Single Room: $65.00
Double Occupancy in a Double Room: $50.00
Single Occupancy in a Double Room: $91.00