Joint Research Office
- What does the JRO do?
- Post Approval
- Academic Clinical Trials
- Commercial Research
- Training and Education
- Patient and Public Involvement
- Funding Opportunities
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- Standard Operating Procedures
- Clinical Trials Units (CTUs)
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- Information and tools to help prepare your study submitted to the JRO
The Biostatistics group offers
short courses on research methods, and methods modules for the MSc in Drug Discovery and the MSc in Statistics (Medical Statistics).
Practical Statistics in Medical Research
27-30 June 2017
Medical statistics plays an essential role in all stages of a quantitative health care research project from design through to analysis and interpretation. This intensive course covers the essential principles and methods required. Emphasis is on study design, appropriate analysis, and interpretation of results. The underlying concepts of statistical analysis as well as basic and some more advanced analysis techniques are covered. Sessions include lectures and practical work, both computer-based and using small workshops for discussion. The course has been running for more than 20 years and has earned an international reputation. Lectures are taught by experienced medical statisticians from renowned academic institutions.
Biostatistics Web Lectures
A set of web lectures on study design and analysis (UCL password required) has been developed by this group with funding from the Biomedical Research Centre education theme.
- Web lectures on study design and analysis (UCL password required)