How many subjects do you need for your study? What’s a P-value? How do you handle missing data? These are just some of the questions answered in our statistical, epidemiological, and research methods course series. Experienced instructors from Tufts CTSI will help you avoid common pitfalls in study design and data analysis, and learn to build or evaluate workable methods for a research project.

Modeling Time-to-Event Outcomes & Survival Analysis

Wondering how patient survival data is analyzed in clinical research?

Instructor: Robin Ruthazer Course Type: Self-Paced Online
PACE (1 of 2): Using Group Data to Treat Individuals

How can we use group data to treat individual patients?

Instructors: David Kent, Peter Rothwell, A. Cecile Janssens Course Type: Self-Paced Online
PACE (2 of 2): Using Group Data to Treat Individuals

How can we use group data to treat individual patients?

Instructors: David Kent, Issa Dahabreh, Rod Hayward Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Which Statistical Test Should I Use for Data Analysis?

How can you decide which statistical test to use in research data analysis?

Instructor: Lori Lyn Price, MAS Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Biostatistics and Computation for Addiction Data Analysis

Looking for novel data analysis methods and tools for addiction research?

Instructors: Vivek Philip, Thomas Stopka Course Type: Self-Paced Online