Jul 202017

2018 Applied Statistical Independence in Biological Systems (ASIBS) Short Course at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Applications are now being accepted for the NIH/NIGMS-funded ASIBS Short Course beginning January 2018. The goal of the ASIBS Short Course is to train junior faculty and fellows from academic medical centers across the nation to become proficient in biostatistical methodology and statistical computing. Participants will receive seven weeks of online, basic and intermediate statistical theory instruction as well as five days of in-person, hands-on instruction in statistical computing. The course will run from January 8, 2018 to March 2, 2018.

Eligibility Criteria:
1) Participants must be junior faculty members or fellows at an academic medical institution in the US
2) Participants must be US citizens or eligible non-citizens

Tuition & Fees:
Participants are responsible for an affordable tuition of $375 upon acceptance.

In an effort to enhance diversity, lodging scholarships for the in-person week will be made available to underrepresented minorities.
www.asibs-statistics.com/admissions

For more information, please contact mary.sandre@mountsinai.org

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