The School of Public Health 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 student assistants 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.
Urban Life Building, Room 645
140 Decatur St., Atlanta, GA 30303
A student ID (Panther Card) is required for lab access. If your Panther Card does not work, please CLICK HERE to access the request form.
When completing the form, please note that the ISO number referred to on the form is on your Panther Card. Requests can take 4-5 days to complete processing.
The lab is generally open Monday through Friday during business hours—subject to some changes—and an up-to-date schedule of lab hours is available on the door of the lab.
Students using the lab will have access to an assortment of software, including:
Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 (Acrobat, Photoshop, etc)
Berkeley Madonna 8.3.22
Epi Info 188.8.131.52
GeoDa / GeoDa Space 1.6.7
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox latest version
IBM SPSS 23
Microsoft Office 2013
Notepad ++ 6.9
QSR Nvivo 10
R Statistic software R3.2.1
GRAs will be on hand to offer limited student assistance and support during lab hours.
Anticipated Graduation Date: Spring 2019
Biostatistics Courses Completed: PH7017, PH7027, PH7525.
Thesis Topic Summary: I am undecided.
Fun Fact: I am a singer. I particularly love to sing in my native language.
Anticipated Graduation Date: Spring 2020
Biostatistics Courses Completed: PH 7017, PH 7027, and PH 7525.
Thesis Topic Summary: I am undecided
Fun Fact: I love cooking and trying new recipes, especially traditional foods.