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Biostatistical consulting

Biostatistical consulting provides statistical expertise for clinical, epidemiological and other health-related research.
Contact a consultant

The consulting biostatisticians can collaborate or offer advice on:

  • Study design
  • Appropriate statistical methods
  • Funding applications
  • Statistical packages
  • Data coding and cleaning
  • Statistical analyses
  • Drafting and revising articles and reports

Early consultation benefits your research

We recommend meeting with a biostatistician while you are defining your research question.

Early consultation allows us to help you identify the best methods and tools to suit your investigation.

We encourage PhD candidates to have their supervisor(s) present for at least the initial meeting. This helps develop a shared understanding of the purpose of the research.

Services on three campuses

There are consulting biostatisticians available to meet with researchers on our Dunedin, Christchurch, and Wellington campuses.
Contact a consultant

The consultancy service is available free of charge to staff and PhD students within the Division of Health Sciences.

Walk-in clinic

On Dunedin campus, consultant Andrew Gray, provides a walk-in clinic. His clinic is especially useful for researchers who have not worked with consulting biostatisticians before or who unexpectedly need biostatistical advice at short notice. Depending on your needs, he may recommend a follow-up appointment.
Walk-in clinic information

Contact a biostatistical consultant

If you wish to make an appointment please contact one of the biostatisticians as indicated below.

Dunedin campus

Christchurch campus

Wellington campus