The ENAR 2021 Spring Meeting will be held at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront from March 14-17. The meeting brings together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and government, connected through a common interest in biometry.
We have delayed opening registration for the ENAR 2021 Spring Meeting, because ENAR’s highest priority is the health of our members and meeting attendees. We are monitoring the pandemic closely and will make final decisions on the format and registration closer to 2021. We appreciate your patience as we navigate this situation.
If you are attempting to submit your abstract for the 2020 Spring Meeting and receive an error that says "Access Denied" upon entering your username and password, you must go into your ENAR profile and edit your username to remove any @ symbols. Once you have adjusted your username, you will be able to access the submission form without error.
Plan ahead! ENAR staff are available to answer questions and provide assistance during business hours Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Eastern Time. Outside of this timeframe, we recommend referring to this list of frequently asked questions. ENAR is unable to make exceptions to posted submission deadlines.
Take advantage of the scientific program which will cover a wide range of topics of great interest to both researchers and practitioners, such as, data sciences (big data), genomics, clinical trials, neuroimaging, biomarkers, health policy, electronic health records, ecology, and epidemiology.
The ENAR Spring Meeting offers a superb program of short courses, tutorials and roundtables. Presented by well-known experts from academia, government, and industry, the short courses and tutorials will cover a variety of topics including: Bayesian methods in drug development, personalized medicine trial designs, analysis of brain imaging data, data sciences and high performance statistical computing, early phase clinical trials, statistical leadership and influence, graphics for clinical trial data, and software applications for group sequential and adaptive designs, Bayesian modeling and analysis, and multiplicity problems.
Meet new friends and reconnect with colleagues during the ENAR Spring Meeting!