The Centre for Biostatistics on Dunedin Campus supports Health Sciences researchers with the highest quality biostatistical advice and research collaboration. Our biostatisticians are academic staff members who have expertise in health sciences disciplines and research methods.
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- Join us for monthly Biostatistics Forums (4:00 to 4:50pm, Adams Building, room 033/036). All welcome!
New policy update
The biostatisticians (as a group) have enjoyed long standing collaborations with people in the Health Sciences Division for many decades. Our core business is collaborating with and providing advice to researchers in health related areas. We welcome new collaborations with Health researchers.
We have developed a checklist to help clarify how people should engage with the Centre.
Checklist for researchers collaborating with the Centre for Biostatistics (PDF)
Over the last two years the Centre for Biostatistics has been clarifying and setting in place policies and procedures in order to deliver on its vision to be world leaders in providing biostatistical collaboration and advice for health related research.
Centre for Boistatistics vision and mission statements
We have noticed that many students seeking our help do not have sufficient statistical knowledge to obtain a high-quality solution. Therefore, we are making it mandatory for all students to undertake our Introduction to Biostatistics for Clinical Researchers course before contacting us.
Sign up for the Introductory Biostatistics for Clinical Researchers course
We have also noticed an increased number of undergraduate or honours students approaching us – in these cases the supervisor needs to approach us, not the student. This is important to ensure the right information is obtained from the supervisor who has responsibility for these projects.
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