The course is offered to and is required for all Med 1s participating in the summer scholar's program through the Department of Medicine. Four two-hour classes are held during the month of June every summer.
The 2019 sessions for this series will begin on June 4. Sessions will be at noon in AE 1002 (Pavilion I- Biostats Seminar Room). Topics to be covered are:
Ban Majeed, PhD
"Charting Your Research Map: Understanding Basic Study Designs"
Stephen Looney, PhD
"Understanding Statistical Significance: P-values, Confidence Intervals and Sample Size"
Jennifer Waller, PhD
"Know Your Data: Types of Data and Appropriate Descriptive Statistics"
Daniel Linder, PhD
"How to Choose What to Use: Choosing the Correct Test and Interpreting the Results"
For more information about the course, please email Brandi McCorkle at firstname.lastname@example.org.