Statistical Modeling of Secondary and Registry Data

Unit Statistical Modeling of Secondary and Registry Data

The research interests of the unit “Statistical Modeling of Secondary and Registry Data” are statistical methods to estimate the use, effects and risks of medications based on secondary data, and to estimate the progress as well as the survival of cancer. The unit has extensive statistical expertise for studies based on the pharmacoepidemiological research database that has been established at the BIPS and on the Bremen Cancer Registry. Methodological development is dedicated to the specifics of this database, i.e. the longitudinal data structure, the huge size of the population, the multitude of available covariates, the problem of unmeasured confounders and limitations, as well as the strengths of secondary data sources. Therefore, the main research focus is on methods for adjustment for confounders and analyses of linked data sources such as:

The unit supports the department of “Clinical Epidemiology” regarding the design, conduct, and analysis of pharmacoepidemiological studies and contributes towards the development and maintenance of the pharmacoepidemiological research database and the Bremen Cancer Registry. Furthermore, the unit is involved in the Competence Network of Secondary and Registry Data of the German National Cohort.

Current projects


Gabbert, Anja
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Gesing, Nils Fabian
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Jacobs, Svenja, Dr.
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Kollhorst, Bianca, Dr.
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Ludewig, Alina
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Niemeyer, Marieke
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Öztürk, Eyyub
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Reinders, Tammo
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Schaffer, Inga
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Ulrich, Sandra
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