Welcome to the International Biometric Society
British and Irish Region
The British Region of the International Biometric Society was founded in 1948 by eminent statisticians and biologists of the time, including R. A. Fisher and J. B. S. Haldane. The British and Irish region (formed in 2006) covers the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and also The Republic of Ireland.
The general objective of the society is to promote and extend the use of mathematical and statistical methods in pure and applied biological sciences.
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|08 Oct 15||Food Security: The Role of Biological Modelling|
|20 Apr 15 - 22 Apr 15||5th Channel Network Conference - Nijmegen, The Netherlands|
|14 Nov 14||Mendelian Randomisation: Past Success and Future Challenges|
|17 Sep 14||Statistics for big data|
|06 Jul 14 - 11 Jul 14||International Biometric Conference 2014, Florence|
|04 Jun 14||Clinical trials: past, present and glorious future?|
|14 Nov 13||Statistical software interoperability|
|09 Oct 13||Species Distribution Modelling|
|03 Jul 13 - 05 Jul 13||4th Channel Network Conference|
|08 Mar 13||40+ years of the Cox model|
|27 Nov 12||Incorporating survey weights into modelling: the state of the art|
|29 Nov 12||Generalized Linear Models 40 years on and AGM 2012|