Dear Fellows and Residents,
As part of the fellowship education series, the Committee
on Fellowship Education is pleased to once again offer the pediatric focused
course, Biostatistics for Clinicians. This six week long course will
be facilitated by Kristine Knuti-Rodrigues, MD, MPH, Associate Professor
Develop your ability to be a critical consumer of the literature
Enhance your ability to discuss statistical issues about your research
Develop familiarity with many commonly used statistical methods
Determine when you should seek assistance from a statistician
Who can take this course?
This course is primarily intended for 2nd and 3rd year
Department of Pediatrics fellows as part of the comprehensive fellowship
educational program. In some individual cases, enrollment in this course
may be unnecessary because of participation in other programs that include
biostatistics training; however, those decisions should be made with the
approval of the fellow’s training program director. We can accommodate
additional participants, including junior faculty members, residents and
trainees from outside of the Department of Pediatrics, when space is
When will this course occur?
This course will be held from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm on six
Monday evenings in the School Medicine ED2 South Building (Room 2305), which is
located on the 2nd floor of the ED2 South Building
Here are the dates of this course:
What are the course requirements & how much does it
There are attendance requirements for this course.
In order to receive a certificate of completion, a fellow must attend at least
five of the six sessions and also complete the post course assessment.
Below is the link for registration. If you are
interested in this course, please let your program coordinator know
and they will assist you with registration and payment.
The cost for this course will be $200.00 for fellows and $100.00
for residents. Registration includes course materials and dinner.
Payment for this class is expected the week prior to the first session on
Friday, January 24th. Checks should be made payable to the University of
If you have additional questions, please contact Michael
Baca, Pediatric Fellowship Education Coordinator:
Email to: mail to: Michael.Baca
or by phone at