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General policy

The earlier the better! This allows for the best collaboration to be accomplished because the biostatistician has more time to learn about your science and apply their best work. For most projects we recommend contacting us at least 6 weeks in advance of any deadline. We realize that some times it only becomes clear that biostatistics is needed at the last minute. Thus, please contact us even if you do not meet the guidelines below and we will see if we can accommodate your deadline.

Suggested minimum timelines

  • Grant submissions - 6 weeks
  • Abstract data analysis – 6 weeks
  • Data analysis for publication – 2 months
  • General study design/sample size – 6 weeks
  • Protocol review (completed) – 1 week
  • Protocol development – 6 weeks
  • COMIRB submission – review, 3 weeks – development, 6 weeks

Colorado Biostatistics Consortium

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303-724-4370 |

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