Short Course in Biostatistics at CMC Vellore May June 2014

students (1)Short Course in Biostatistics at CMC Vellore May June 2014

The Biostatistics Resource and Training Center, Department of Biostatistics at Christian Medical College, Vellore is glad to announce the commencement of Twenty-eighth Short course in Biostatistics.

The course is scheduled from 19 May – 20 June, 2014.

The course is mainly designed to train researchers of varied profession and statisticians to competently handle health/medical data and be in a better position to function effectively in a research team. Christian Medical College has conducted series of workshops in collaboration with faculty from McMaster University, Canada and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA since 1996. The course materials of those workshops are incorporated in this program.

The current Courses are:

SNo

Course

Date

1. Fundamentals of Biostatistics, Principles of Epidemiology & SPSS

May 19-23, 2014

2. Multiple Linear Regression, Logistic Regression &Survival Analysis

May 26-30, 2014

3. Path Analyses & Causal modeling (Structural Equation modeling) Epidemiology

June 02-04, 2014

4. Sample size calculation

June 05-06, 2014

5. SAS (Statistical Analysis System) Software Training

June 09 -13, 2014

6. Fundamentals of “Clinical Data Management (CDM)”

June 16- 20, 2014

The number of participants for each course is limited to 30, and admission will be purely on first come first served basis. The deadline for registration is May 10, 2014.  

Dr. L. Jeyaseelan
Professor & Course Coordinator
Biostatistics Resource and Training Centre
Advanced Clinical Data Management Centre
Dept. of Biostatistics, Christian Medical College, Bagayam, Vellore 632 002.
Phone: 0416-2284205, 2262703
email: biostats@cmcvellore.ac.in
web: www.cmc-biostatistics.ac.in

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  1. Hello Sir, I have completed my graduation and I want to learn short term course in Biostatistics and epidemiology. May I know the details please??

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