In the fall, we provide clinical and translational researchers who have basic quantitative training in biostatistical methods with a more in depth understanding of selected topics and introduce them to more advanced methods.

Target audience includes junior clinical and translational scientists who currently serve as or plan to serve as Principal Investigators leading interdisciplinary research teams that include biostatisticians — examples include the School of Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Pharmacy and Dentistry schools.

Biostatistics Seminar Series

In the fall, we provide clinical and translational researchers who have basic quantitative training in biostatistical methods with a more in depth understanding of selected topics and introduce them to more advanced methods.

Target audience includes junior clinical and translational scientists who currently serve as or plan to serve as Principal Investigators leading interdisciplinary research teams that include biostatisticians — examples include the School of Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Pharmacy and Dentistry schools.

Emphasis is placed on what clinical and translational researchers collaborating with biostatisticians most need to understand about a statistical method or concept in order to

  • recognize whether the method is potentially relevant to their research aim and choice of study design, and
  • appropriately interpret results of analyses using the method.

Topics will build on material covered in a typical sequence of introductory statistics courses. A potential list of topics has been identified from issues commonly arising in applied research collaborations between clinical and translational researchers and biostatistics faculty.

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