Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Biostatistics Collaboration Center

2017 Lecture Series

The Biostatistics Collaboration Center (BCC) is offering free introductory lectures on biostatistics in medical research during the month of October. The lectures will be held from noon - 1 pm in Baldwin Auditorium on Mondays during October and on Wednesday, November 1.

This 5-part series offered to the FSM community and affiliates provides broadly accessible and useful information on timely biostatistics topics.  Please bring your lunch and plan to attend any or all of the presentations during this exciting lecture series! Click here to register. You are able to join virtually using the following link: https://bluejeans.com/809798842

For those unable to make it, the presentations will be streamed live and recordings of the lectures will be posted here. The presentations are able to to be viewed in the following browsers:

Biostats 101: Minor Details that Make a Major Difference

Presented by Leah Welty, PhD, Director of the BCC 

October 2

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The Impact of Other Factors: Confounding, Mediation, and Effect Modification

Presented by Amy Yang, MS, Senior Statistical Analyst

October 9

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Using REDCap for Data Capture in Clinical Studies: Database Management on a Budget

Presented by Jody Ciolino, PhD, Assistant Professor

October 16

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Using R for Statistical Graphics: The Do’s and Don’ts of Data Visualization

Presented by David Aaby, MS, Senior Statistical Analyst

October 30

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Time-to-Event Analysis: A ‘Survival’ Guide 

Presented by Lauren Balmert, PhD, Assistant Professor

November 1

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