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Certificate in Applied Biostatistics

Approved by the UW Department of Biostatistics 

Certificates » Applied Biostatistics
Program Features
  • Online format
  • Flexibility to view recorded lectures online
  • Live interaction between instructors and students online
  • Discount access to the Stata software package
Who Should Apply
  • Scientists and researchers who need more extensive training or review in the use of statistical tools and experimental design as they are applied to biological problems
  • Professionals in the pharmaceutical industry, working in either research and development or clinical trials
  • Researchers carrying out biological studies
  • Students with undergraduate or master’s level training in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, forestry, fisheries, nursing or other biological or clinical fields
Expand your understanding of how to employ statistical concepts for answering scientific questions. Learn to apply appropriate statistical methods to analyze data sets from scientific and medical literature using R and Stata software. Study foundational statistical analysis tools; linear and multiple regression models; analysis of variance and covariance; analysis of categorical data; basic survival analysis methods and more.
Key Outcome
You will be able to interpret the  results of statistical analyses common in biomedical research by applying a variety of statistical methods and data manipulations in statistical software.
Start Location Program ID Status
Autumn 2016  Details Details Online 5430 In Development
Autumn 2016 (Credit)  Details Details Online 5431 In Development
Autumn 2015 (Credit)  Details Details Online 4980 Closed
Autumn 2015  Details Details Online 5172 Closed
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