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Amanda AllshouseCongratulations to Amanda Allshouse, CBC Biostatistician since 2007, for acceptances on two recent first-author papers! Amanda is currently collaborating with physicians and midwives in Ob/Gyn practice at the University of Colorado and at Denver Health & Hospitals. Two of the 10 (and counting) manuscripts that have come from this partnership are:

Allshouse AA, Polotsky A, Crawford S, Chen HY, El Khoudary SR, Santoro N. Consistent Ovulation May Not Be Enough to Make You Healthy when Approaching Menopause: An Update from the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN) Menopause. 2014

Allshouse AA, Semple AL, Santoro NF. Evidence for prolonged and unique amenorrhea-related symptoms in women with premature ovarian failure/primary ovarian insufficiency. Menopause. 2014 Jul 7.

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The CBC is a team of Department of Biostatistics and Informatics faculty and graduate students available to start new collaborations or provide statistical expertise for both short term and small research projects. Although we prefer to start collaborating during the study design phase, we also maintain capacity to work with you during data analysis.

The CBC resides in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics in the Colorado School of Public Health. Our goal is to facilitate the Department's collaborative mission. The CBC along with the Dept of B&I strive to maintain adequate capacity and expertise for biostatistics consultation and to seed collaboration development with researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, its affiliates, and the surrounding community.

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Project request: After making a request, we will contact you via e-mail to schedule an in-person meeting to develop a scope of work.

Scope of work developed: At your scope of work meeting, be prepared to discuss the science underpinning your research, your specific study hypotheses, measurement tools, timelines, and your budget for the work. Note, although we are a service center with hourly rates, many individuals qualify for highly subsidized rates (see strategic partners).

Biostatistician Identified: After this initial meeting you will be matched with a faculty member or student based on expertise needed and your timeline. You may contact the biostatistician directly once the scope of work is signed by you. After this point, you should expect routine communication regarding the progress of your project until completion.

Timing: We strongly recommend contacting us at least 6 weeks prior to any deadline. This usually allows enough time for your research to be understood and your biostatistics partner to have ample time to investigate the design, perform analyses and disseminate the results.

As always, the Program Manager and Directors are always available to answer any questions during the life cycle of your project.

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Nichole Carlson
Nichole Carlson, Director

Miranda Kroehl
Miranda Kroehl, Assistant Director

John Neal
John Neal, Program Manager

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