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Biostatistics

Biostatistics

Biostatistical services play a pivotal, collaborative role in biomedical research. We coordinate biostatistical collaboration for investigators and trainees at every stage of the research study, from the initial trial design stage to the final reporting phase. This collaboration occurs through our integrated partnerships with the UW Center for Biomedical Statistics (CBS) and the Children’s Core for Biomedical Statistics (CCBS).

You can contact us to set up a free initial consultation to receive expert advice on topics such as study design, data collection, and analysis methods. Specific guidance regarding design and analysis options for proposed studies is provided, including assistance in the preparation of grant proposals. We also work with the ITHS Biomedical Informatics team to assist you with electronic data capture.

Services

Services

We currently offer support for:

  • Grant Preparation / Study Design
  • Choosing Statistical Methods
  • Sample Size Determination
  • Randomization and Blinding
  • Data Analysis, including Secondary Data Analysis
  • Multicenter Study Coordination
  • Data Monitoring Plans
  • Analytic Dataset Preparation
  • Manuscript Collaboration

Depending on your project’s needs, the initial consultation will involve a faculty or staff biostatistician and possibly a graduate student.

Fees

Fees

Statistical analyses, hands-on database work, and review of a manuscript or grant may be accomodated with an hourly fee (subject to expertise and time availability).

  • Staff Time: $105/hour
  • Faculty Time: $155/hour

Getting Started

Getting Started

To get started, please complete the appropriate form:

Once a request has been submitted, you can expect to hear from us within 1-4 business days.

Contact Us

Contact Us

To learn more, please contact us via the following form.

Cite ItThe Institute is supported by grants UL1TR000423, KL2TR000421, and TL1TR000422 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA). Please help us continue to support your research by citing our grant number(s) in publications we supported.