The School of Public Health’s Graduate Biostatistics Computer Lab is a resource available to the school’s current graduate and certificate students, as well as Georgia State students enrolled in public health graduate-level courses.
Graduate Research Assistants (GRAs) oversee the lab and are available during open lab hours to provide limited student assistance and support for the Fundamentals of Biostatistics I (PH7017) and Statistical Computing (PH7525) courses.
Students may visit the Computer Lab on the 6th floor of the Urban Life building or join the Virtual Lab at any time during open lab hours when a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) is available. Please see the Lab Hours section (above) for an up-to-date schedule of open lab hours and locations before visiting the Computer Lab or initiating a Virtual Lab meeting.
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GRAs will be on hand to offer limited student assistance and support during open lab hours.
Expected Graduation date: Spring 2023
Biostatistics Courses Completed: PHPH7017, PHPH7027, PHPH7525
Thesis Topic Summary: Still in development
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Anticipated Graduation Date: December 2021
Biostatistics Courses Completed: PH 7017, 7275, 7027, and 8830
Thesis Topic Summary: Spatial-temporal analysis of the Central Savannah River Area
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Virtual Location & Access to the Graduate Biostatistics Computer Lab
Please see the Virtual Lab Hours section (above) for an up-to-date schedule of open lab hours before initiating a meeting.
Download the Webex Meetings application on your computer instead of using your web browser:
Sign into the application using your Georgia State University email and password to initiate a meeting.
Meeting number (access code):
475 340 299
Join Meeting by Phone:
+1-415-655-0002 US Toll
475 340 299
If joining the meeting online via web browser, enter your name and email address, then click Join Meeting.
If joining the meeting online via web browser, select the appropriate audio and video prompts and click Start Meeting.
To connect audio, select Call Using Computer to allow for Webex to use the computer’s microphone and speaker.
If using a web browser, allow Webex to access the microphone.
To connect video, select a video source and allow Webex to access the computer’s webcam if available.
If joining the meeting online via web browser, you can share the screen by clicking on the button third to the left that shows a screen with an arrow pointing up.
To mute the microphone, click on the microphone button.
To turn off the video, click on the video button.