BIST-550-01 Consulting
Fall for 2017-2018
This course offers instruction, discussion and hands-on experience providing statistical consultation in applied scientific situations. These will typically include survival analysis, clinical trial/study design, tumor growth curves, microarray analysis, and proteomics projects. Instruction and experience will focus on consulting strategy. This includes preparing analysis plans and reports, communication and time management skills, and ethics/professional standards. Additionally, students will gain consulting practice to include interactions with investigators with actual projects and problems. Students will attend class and weekly consulting/debriefing sessions, prepare analysis plans and reports, and give oral presentations describing consulting projects over the semester.
Credits: 2
Prerequisites: BIST-511, BIST-512, BIST-513 as well as either BIST-530 or BIST-540
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