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Helping Researchers with Their Data

The faculty in the Department of Biostatistics & Informatics offer many consulting services to faculty, staff and students at the Colorado School of Public Health and the University of Colorado Denver through the Colorado Biostatistics Consortium (CBC)  and the Development & Informatics Service Center (DISC).  Some services provided include: study design, sample size estimation, data cleaning, content management systems, and database design and management.

To learn more about the CBC and DISC's services, fees, policies, and current projects, visit the websites listed below:

Colorado Biostatistics Consortium

The Colorado Biostatistics Consortium (CBC) is a unit of the Department of Biostatistics & Informatics in the new Colorado School of Public Health.  The CBC is located at the UC Denver campus as a shared resource for biomedical investigators at the University. It provides biostatistics expertise for centers, programs, departments, and individual investigators to facilitate the design of studies, data acquisition systems, data analysis, and the preparation of manuscripts and grants.


Nichole Carlson, PhD


Development & Informatics Service Center

DISC is a team of programmers, database modelers, and web designers with more than 20 years' experience developing software solutions for researchers at the University of Colorado Denver.  The Center has experience with a broad range of technologies and with the particular needs of health sciences researchers.  Whether you need a web-based educational module, a website your secretary can update, a scheduling program, a system for tracking time and effort, an inventory management system, a health education CD or an online survey, we can help you.

Let DISC handle the technology, while you focus on what you do best: science, patient care, and education.


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