The Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) unit of the TN-CTSI provides easily-accessible consultation and data analysis to help investigators produce scientifically rigorous, reproducible, and publishable research. The unit combines experts in epidemiology, biostatistics, biomedical informatics, community engagement and molecular informatics. We aim to efficiently and effectively connect investigators to practical analytical & technical resources. We encourage investigators to invest in BERD skills development by offering a range of user-friendly educational opportunities for individuals of all skill levels. The BERD unit also promotes innovations in tools and methods that address barriers to clinical and translational research.
|BERD Clinic||Biostatistics Consulting|
|BERD Co-Investigators||BERD Education|
Click here for curated articles from our members on topics ranging from statistical methods to programming languages including Julia, R, SAS and more.
- A Quick Recommendation on SAS Setup at UT by Fridtjof Thomas
- Real Close to the Machine: Floating Point in D | Using Floating Point Without Losing Your Sanity by Dan Clugston [outside article & video]
- Missing values in Julia by Milan Bouchet-Valat [outside article]
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