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Institute of Biostatistics and Registry Research
The Institute of Biostatistics and Registry Research develops and applies methodological and statistical approaches to medical data in order to study causes, prevention and treatment of diseases. In addition, the institute is setting up a registry research program. This program involves all aspects of using registry data for research purposes, including the design of disease registries as well as clinical studies using registry data, expanding methodology to conduct registry linkages for health and health care evaluations, and conducting collaborative research in this field.
Members of the institute have particular expertise in the design and analysis of observational clinical and population-based studies, including the modelling and prediction of risks for late effects after cancer treatment, the evaluation of predictive markers for personalized medicine, the assessment of long-term health problems after exposure to ionizing radiation for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, record linkage approaches to combine data from several registries, study designs using registry data, and the summary and translation of evidence from epidemiological studies into recommendations for individual risk assessment or clinical practice.
For more details (in German) see here.