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|Dr. Robb Kass, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, presents "Examples of Bayesian Statistical Thinking in Neuroscience."|
|Dr. Thomas Taylor, Principal Statistician with the BSR, has collaborated with Drs. Jason Zell, Michael Stamos, and others on a report entitled Colorectal Cancer Incidence Among Young Adults in California. A press release from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers noted that the researchers had found that the incidence of colorectal cancers increased among young adults with implications for future screening in that group.|
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