Our article “Time to health-related quality of life score deterioration as a modality of longitudinal analysis for health-related quality of life studies in oncology: do we need RECIST for quality of life to achieve standardization?” published in Quality of Life Research in 2015, has been nominated for the ISOQOL Outstanding Article of the Year Award. This award recognizes and honors the single best article dedicated to health-related quality of life (HRQL) research that was published in a peer-reviewed journal during the previous calendar year. It also recognizes all co-authors for the significant intellectual contributions that promise to advance the state of the art in HRQL research methods or theory.
The final decision on the first, second and third place awards will be announced in the coming weeks. You will receive communication regarding the award winners at that time. The awards will be presented at the ISOQOL 23rd Annual Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Saturday, 22 October at the Awards Presentation.
About Amélie ANOTA
Amélie Anota is a research engineer in biostatistics. She passed a master’s degree in mathematics for computer graphics and statistics at the University of Burgundy. She defended in 2014 a PhD in Biostatistics at the University of Franche-Comté. Her PhD research focused on the methodology of longitudinal analysis of health-related quality of life data in oncology. She is statistician for the French National Platform Quality of Life and Cancer since 2011. She realizes longitudinal statistical analysis of health-related quality of life data from oncology clinical trials and also realizes validation of the psychometrics properties of some health-related quality of life questionnaires.