Biostatistical Support and Basic Courses
Cost: Options are available both for investigators who have funding to allocate toward DAB Core services as well as investigators, with a preference toward junior investigators, who do not have funding available.
More information: contact Chad Robichaux at 404-727-8365 or click to submit a request.
Cost: no cost, but investigators MUST cite “Supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UL1TR000454” in any publications, press release, or other document or invention resulting from direct or indirect ACTSI support.
More information: contact Alania Foster at 404-727-9734 or request a free consultation.
More information: contact Kirk Easley at (404) 712-9642, Lance Waller at (404) 727-1057 or Michael Kutner at (404) 712-9708.
More information: Contact Stacy Heilman at (404) 727-4819.
Cost: Services are subsidized for Winship members, including help with grant preparations and clinical protocols. For investigators within and external to the Cancer Center, BBISR typically establishes academic collaborations with appropriate grant support and academic credit.
More information: contact Jeanne Kowalski at (404) 778-5305.
More information: contact Kirk Easley at (404) 712-9642.
Help from students or recent graduates
MSPH and MPH students in Emory’s Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics must fulfill 200 hours of practical professional experience before they can graduate. These experiences need to be in ‘the real world’ and to use the knowledge and skills they learn in the classroom. As a practicum supervisor you could employ a student to setup or improve databases, clean data, run analyses, and write reports.
More information: contact Bob Lyles, PhD, MS or Lisa Elon. To post a position, we would need a short description of the proposed project, the general skills required, and your contact information and biosketch.
Diane Sophia Sant-Victor, BA, MPH is a global health graduate from Emory's RSPH and has had several epidemiology courses, a statistics course using SAS as well as a statistics course with SPSS in her undergraduate career.
More information: contact Ms. Saint-Victor at email@example.com.
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Biostatistics for Translational Research Course
Offered through ACTSI Certificate Program in Translational Research but also open to faculty who are not currently enrolled in this program. Introduces statistical concepts and analytical methods; emphasizes basic concepts of study design, including clinical trials, and inferential methods in order to analyze biomedical and public health data.
Prerequisite: College algebra and permission from Certificate Program (see contact below). Only offered in the Spring; registration is approximately 1-2 months prior to the start of semester in January.
Cost: Tuition may be covered by Emory courtesy scholarship for those who are eligible (view requirements).
More information: contact Cheryl Sroka at (404) 727-5096.
RSPH Public Health Informatics (PHI) Courses
Anyone can apply to the full PHI certificate program OR apply as a Special Standing Student to take individual courses (read more about special standing). Tuition maybe covered by Emory courtesy scholarship for those who are eligible (view requirements). In the past, the department has sponsored introductory short courses over the summer and is willing to explore that option again if there is enough interest.
More information: contact Melissa Sherrer at (404) 727-3968.
The 5th Annual Health Services Research Day – Improving Outcomes and Value of Healthcare
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Highlighted Researcher: Rachel Patzer
2018 FEED Conference – A Day of Education, Enrichment, and Development