Members of the STRATOS initiative

Steering Group

Members (88 members from 17 countries)

Argentina

  • Andrea Rotnitzky

Australia

  • Dianne Cook
  • Katherine Lee
  • Petra Macaskill
  • Mark Woodward

Austria

  • Georg Heinze
  • Daniela Dunkler

Belgium

  • Tomasz Burzykowski
  • Els Goetghebeur
  • Ben van Calster

Canada

  • Michal Abrahamowicz
  • Suzanne Cadarette
  • Richard Cook
  • Paul Gustafson
  • Erica Moodie
  • Michael Wallace
  • Stephen Walter

Denmark

  • Per Kragh Andersen
  • Niels Keiding
  • Torben Martinussen

France

  • Pierre Joly
  • Stefan Michiels
  • Catherine Quantin

 

    Germany

    • Heiko Becher
    • Axel Benner
    • Harald Binder
    • Maria Blettner
    • Martin Boeker
    • Anne-Laure Boulesteix
    • Veronika Deffner
    • Hermann-Josef Huss
    • Helmut Kuechenhoff
    • Joerg Rahnenfuehrer
    • Geraldine Rauch
    • Willi Sauerbrei
    • Matthias Schmid
    • Carsten Oliver Schmidt
    • Martin Schumacher
    • Peggy Sekula
    • Werner Vach

    Israel

    • Laurence Freedman

    Italy

    • Federico Ambrogi

    Netherlands

    • Patrick Bossuyt
    • Rolf Groenwold
    • Saskia le Cessie
    • Carl Moons
    • Ewout Steyerberg
    • Hans van Houwelingen

    Norway

    • Riccardo De Bin

    Slovenia

    • Lara Lusa
    • Maja Pohar-Perme

    Sweden

    • Ingeborg Waernbaum

     

       

        Switzerland

        • Mark Baillie
        • Harbajan Chadha-Boreham
        • Eugenia Migliavacca
        • Marc Vandemeulebroecke

        UK

        • James Carpenter
        • Gary Collins
        • Simon Day
        • Bianca De Stavola
        • Stephen Evans
        • Ruth Keogh
        • David McLernon
        • Tim Morris
        • Neil Pearce
        • Aris Perperoglou
        • Patrick Royston
        • Jim Slattery
        • Kate Tilling
        • Ian White
        • Elizabeth Williamson

        USA

        • Melanie Bell
        • Raymond Carroll
        • Kevin Dodd
        • Jessica Franklin
        • Mitchell Gail
        • Frank Harrell
        • Heike Hofmann
        • Joseph Hogan
        • Marianne Huebner
        • W. Evan Johnson
        • Victor Kipnis
        • Roderick Little
        • Lisa McShane
        • Sherri Rose
        • Pamela Shaw
        • Jeremy Taylor
        • Terry Therneau
        • Janet Tooze
        • Andrew Vickers

        Additional STRATOS membership categories

        Beside of regular members, the initiative has three additional membership categories:

        Experienced adjunct members.  Experienced researchers who would like to contribute occasionally to specific STRATOS activities, but do not have time commitment needed for regular Topic Group or panel membership. Description

        Propose ideas to improve current and future work, engagement in reviewing STRATOS papers, providing feedback in TGs or panels, but with less of a time commitment than would be expected for regular membership.

        Early career adjunct members. Researchers at earlier stages of their careers who are willing to participate in specific TG and panel activities. Description

        These are less experienced researchers, with statistical expertise and interests in the area of a specific TG or panel, who indicated interest in STRATOS membership, but do not have the experience required to become full members of TGs or panels. Engagement, at the discretion of TG and panel chairs, would be expected for example, in literature reviews, glossary panel, simulation studies, reviewing STRATOS papers.

        Clinical affiliates. Clinicians engaged in research, with interests and practical experience with statistical methodology relevant for at least one TG or panel, who are willing to provide feedback and participate in discussions about strategy and direction to make sure STRATOS developments are accessible to a larger audience. Description

        These are experienced clinicians, with good understanding of applied statistics, who are willing to aid in panel issues and the development of level 1 and 2 guidance by engaging in discussions about direction, presentations, internal reviews and other tasks relevant for the initiative.

        Subject to appropriate contributions, members from each of these categories may also become co-authors of the relevant STRATOS publication(s).