Tag Archive: Biostatistics

Computational Genomics Consulting and Education


The multidisciplinary Johns Hopkins Center for Computational Genomics was established by the Provost office in 2008 and integrates the work of basic scientists (biologists and clinicians), statisticians, and computer scientists. Initiatives include: Annual Practical Genomics: From Biology to Biostatistics Workshop Annual Young Investigators Symposium on Genomics and Bioinformatics Focused Workshops University Courses Data analysis and sequencing through the Next Generation Sequencing Core and the Division of Biostatistics For more information, visit: http://www.genomics.jhu.edu The Computational Biology Consulting Core (CBCC) is led by Liliana Florea with Steven Salzberg within the University’s Center for Computational Biology founded by Salzberg. The Core’s mission is […]

Biostatistics Program


All Clinical Research Unit protocols are reviewed by a member of the Biostatistics Core prior to approval. Discussing your project with a member of our staff is strongly encouraged for all investigators who do not already have biostatistical support as part of their funded protocols. Complimentary Consultation In conjunction with the Biostatistics Center, ICTR offers researchers access to a research-related consulting service. The goal of the service is to promote the appropriate use of biostatistics in the design, implementation, and interpretation of clinical and translational research studies. JHU faculty with primary appointments can receive a maximum of 5 hours of […]

Biostatistics Program


All Clinical Research Unit protocols are reviewed by a member of the Biostatistics Core prior to approval. Discussing your project with a member of our staff is strongly encouraged for all investigators who do not already have biostatistical support as part of their funded protocols. Complimentary Consultation In conjunction with the Biostatistics Center, ICTR offers researchers access to a research-related consulting service. The goal of the service is to promote the appropriate use of biostatistics in the design, implementation, and interpretation of clinical and translational research studies. JHU faculty with primary appointments can receive a maximum of 5 hours of […]