Biostats Consulting

Biostats Consulting Service Launched To Support Public Health Research

The School of Public Health has launched a biostatistics support service for the School’s faculty and staff.

The service is designed to support researchers in many situations, including faculty preparing grant applications and students preparing for research projects or dissertation work.

This includes assistance with study design, randomization, determination of sample size, data management, statistical… more »

Biostatistics Walk-in Clinic

Posted On October 1, 2014

Free Walk-in Clinic The intention of the walk-in clinic is to answer statistical questions, help with statistical software questions, and assist with statistical reporting and interpretation. More involved assistance, such as pre- or post-award support or thesis planning and analysis, are best supported with a consultation with a member of our team and can be… more »

Biostatistics Consulting

Posted On October 1, 2014

Biostatistics Consulting – General Information Statistical support is available for School of Public Health faculty and students. This includes assistance with statistical aspects of grant proposal preparation, research study design, determination of sample size, randomization, data management, statistical modeling, data analysis and interpretation, and statistical software assistance. Inquiries at any stage of a study are… more »

Biostatistics Research Team

Posted On September 3, 2014

Brian Barger

Brian Barger, PhD Brian Barger is the Quantitative Lead at the Center for Leadership in Disability housed within the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development, where he conducts research and evaluation on multiple disability related projects. His primary research interests include socio-emotional development and measurement in individuals with autism spectrum conditions… more »