The Colorado Biostatistics Consortium (CBC) has partnered with the MSA program to provide guidance on how to design and analyze your MSA research project. Through the MSA Consulting Clinics, the CBC will help you move beyond a general research question in order to craft a testable hypotheses. You will develop a research plan consisting of your study design details, the specific data to be collected, and the methods you will use to analyze your data. During these clinics, you will also receive assistance with implementing your analysis and interpreting your findings. Each clinic will be a mix of small group (2-3 individuals) and one-on-one interactions with biostatistics graduate students dedicated to answering your specific questions.
Registration is required, and must be done at least 48-hours in advance.
Examples of Consulting Support
- Review and assistance creating testable study hypotheses
- Choosing a study design
- How to create a sample size justification
- Developing an analysis plan
- Reviewing analysis code or procedures
- Interpreting analysis output
- Review of tables and figures
Consulting Clinic Schedule
To view a calendar of the available clinic sessions, click on the "Sign up for MSA Clinics" button.
Clinic Location: Building 406, 12477 E. 19th Ave., 2nd Floor Conference Room, Anschutz Medical Campus
This program is paid for by the MSA program in the School of Medicine and administered by the Colorado Biostatistics Consortium and the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics graduate program.