Conference Presentations

  • Seewald, N.J.; Kidwell, K.M.; Nahum-Shani, I.; Wu, T.; McKay, J.R.; Almirall, D. "Sample Size Considerations for Comparing Dynamic Treatment Regimens in a Sequentially-Randomized Trial wtih a Continuous Longitudinal Outcome."
    • Society for Clinical Trials Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, USA. May 20, 2019.
  • Seewald, N.J.; Kidwell, K.M.; McKay, J.R.; Nahum-Shani, I.; Almirall, D. "Sample Size Considerations for Comparing Dynamic Treatment Regimens in a Sequential, Multiple-Assignment Randomized Trial with a Continuous Longitudinal Outcome."
    • Joint Statistical Meetings. Vancouver, BC, Canada. July 30, 2018. Topic Contributed. Slides
    • ENAR Spring Meeting. Atlanta, GA, USA. March 27, 2018. Contributed. Slides

Conference Posters


Miscellaneous Presentations

Seminars and Lectures

  • Seewald, N.J.; Almirall, D.; Kidwell, K.M. "Design, Analysis, and Sizing of Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trials with Binary Outcomes." Graduate Student Statistical Topics Seminar Series. Department of Statistics, University of Michigan. September 24, 2015. Invited. Slides
  • Seewald, N.J.; Almirall, D. "An Introduction to Adaptive Interventions and SMARTs." Guest Lecture, SURVMETH 988: Advanced Seminar in Survey Methodology. Instructor: William Yeaton. Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. June 24-25, 2015.

Workshops

  • d3Lab. "Getting SMART About Adaptive Interventions in Education"
    • University of Michigan. March 11 - 14, 2019.
    • Served as an instructor in a four-day workshop on adaptive interventions (dynamic treatment regimens) and SMARTs for researchers in education science.
  • Seewald, N.J. "GITting Started with Reproducibility: An Introduction to git and knitr."
    • Biostatistics Student Association Computing Workshop, University of Michigan. January 29, 2016. Invited. Resources
  • Seewald, N.J. "Getting Started with LaTeX."
    • Biostatistics Brown Bag Seminar. Department of Biostatistics, University of Michigan. November 6, 2015. Invited. Resources
  • Nahum-Shani, I.; Seewald, N.J. "Getting SMART: Experimental Design and Analysis Methods for Developing Adaptive Interventions."
    • University of California San Francisco. May 19, 2015.
    • Co-led a one-day intensive workshop on design considerations and analysis methods for adaptive interventions (dynamic treatment regimens) and SMARTs.
  • Tolpadi, A.; Seewald, N.J. "LaTeX 101/201." Biostatistics Brown Bag Seminar. Department of Biostatistics, University of Michigan. December 4, 2015. Invited.