Fernando Alaird Escudero

Fernando Alarid Escudero wins prize and teaches at Society for Medical Decision Making meeting

Sarah Howard | July 7, 2016
Fernando Alaird Escudero
Alaird Escudero and second place winner Kine Pedersen

PhD candidate Fernando Alarid Escudero won first prize for best student presentation at the 16th biennial meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making in London in June 2016. The Lee B. Lusted Award for Outstanding Presentation was presented to Alarid Escudero for his presentation, “Comparison of Calibration Methods for Natural History Simulation Models,” research he co-authored with SPH Assistant Professor Eva Enns.

Alarid Escudero is a PhD candidate in Health Services Research, Policy & Administration and also taught two short courses as part of the academic meeting. One course was a pre-meeting course taught at the University College London titled, “Introduction to R for Decision Modelers.” The second course was titled, “Decision Modeling in R” and was offered as part of a series of short courses at the meeting.

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