Completed PhD Theses

Name Title Year Supervisor Link
Beniamino Guerra Prediction Models: Novel Ways for External Validation and Comparison of Their Performance. An Application to Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) 2017 M. Puhan ZORA
Andrea Farnham Innovation in Travel Medicine using Mobile Technology: the TOURIST study 2017

M. Puhan

C. Hatz

ZORA
Laura Girardat-Rotar Evidence-based management in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease 2017 M.Puhan

ZORA

Nebis

Tina Lohse The role of lifestyle factors and personality for the prevention of cancer and other noncommunicable diseases 2017 S. Rohrmann

ZORA

Nebis

Malgorzata Nowicka Statistical method development and design of computational pipelines for differential analyses of high-throughput data, including DNA microarrays, RNA sequencing and HDCyto data 2017 M. Robinson

ZORA

Nebis

Mohaned Shilaih Systems study of HIV transmission, treatment, coinfections, and pathogenesis 2017 R. Kouyos

ZORA

Nebis

Lorenzo Tanadini Prognostic factors in spinal cord injury clinical trials 2017 T. Hothorn

ZORA

Nebis

Xiaobei Zhou Improving statistical methods for RNA sequencing data : outliers, boundary conditions, benchmarking and differential transcript expression 2016 M. Robinson

ZORA

Nebis

Aline Richard Associations of lifestyle with physical and mental health in Switzerland 2016 S. Rohrmann

ZORA

Nebis

Marta Pittavino Additive Bayesian networks for multivariate data : parameter learning, model fitting and applications in veterinary epidemiology 2016 R. Furrer

ZORA 

Nebis

Fabien Mavrot Livestock nematode infection in a changing world : investigating the European situation 2016 P. Torgerson

ZORA

 

Sebastian Meyer Statistical methods for the spatio-temporal modelling of infectious disease spread 2016 L. Held

ZORA

Nebis

Wei Wei Calibration tests to evaluate probabilistic forecasts and temporal modelling to monitor infectious diseases   L. Held

ZORA

Nebis

Rafael Sauter Generalised Linear Mixed Models: Likelihood and Bayesian Computations with Applications in Epidemiology 2015 L. Held

ZORA

Nebis