Prof. Patrick Bossuyt is from the Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands and specialises in clinical epidemiology, systematic reviews and diagnostic tests. Prof. Bossuyt is a full professor in Clinical Epidemiology and also acts as the Head of the Division of Public Health and Clinical Methods. He is widely recognised for his contributions to the methodology of medical test evaluations. Patrick Bossuyt initiated the STARD project, which developed the STARD guidelines for reporting test accuracy studies. He gives advice to several government and regulatory bodies. He has co-authored over 700 research articles in peer-reviewed and indexed journals, and has successfully supervised more than 80 PhD students. For 10 years, he was the Dean of Graduate Studies, overseeing the training of 1200 active PhD students in AMC. His research interests include methodology of systematic reviews and meta-analyses of diagnostic test accuracy.
Courses in the CER Master
Methods in diagnostic tests, biomarkers, and screening evaluation