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Basic Biostatistics and Study Design: Applications in Translational Science

Wed. 21 Jul, 2021 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

This course will cover basic biostatistical concepts and study designs and their application within the translational science sphere. Lecture material and exercises will primarily focus on use and interpretation of these methods, enhancing interpretation of research findings and fostering a better understanding of translational science methods. The course will have interactive exercises and discussion pieces in addition to lecture content. Examples will include both biomedical and behavioral science topics with the intention of making the course accessible to a wide scientific audience.

Note: This course is intended to familiarize participants with fundamental statistics and research methods knowledge common to the translational and behavioral sciences or serve as a refresher course in these topic areas.


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