Biostatistics Collaborative Center

Equipment/facility: Facility

Description

The BCC’s scope encompasses all non-cancer research at FSM, and it is distinct from the Biostatistics Core Facility in the Cancer Center. It is affiliated with NUCATS and its BERD program (Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design). The core’s 7 faculty biostatisticians and 4 statistical systems analysts are in the Department of Preventive Medicine. They provide expertise in statistical methods, research design and statistical computing necessary for independent and collaborative health science related research. Faculty statistical interests cover a range of areas including bioinformatics, computational biology, clinical trials, survival analysis, causal inference, semi-parametric models, diagnostic testing, and Bayesian methods. They maintain independent research in statistical methodology and undertake collaborative effort on funded grants, as well as statistical consultation and teaching.

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Biostatistics
Design
Statistical Computing
Model Diagnostics
Causal Inference
Survival Analysis
Semiparametric Model
Computational Biology
Epidemiology
Bayesian Methods
Expertise
Clinical Trials
Statistical method
Medicine
Bioinformatics
Cancer
Health
Cover
Distinct
Testing

Resources

  • Categorical Data Analysis
  • Clinical Trial Design
  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Phase III
  • Database Design and Management
  • Design and Analysis of Clustered Data
  • Diagnostic and Screening Tests
  • Gene Microarray Analysis
  • Grant Application Preparation
  • High Dimensional Data Analysis
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • Prognostic Study Data Analysis
  • Proteomic Data Analysis
  • Protocol Preparation
  • Rare Event Analysis
  • Repeated Measure Analysis
  • Sample Size Determination
  • Power Calculations
  • Survival Data Analysis
  • Survey Data Analysis
  • Meta Analysis
  • Informatics Support