As part of the Clinical Research Center’s Design and Analysis Education Series, this four-lecture and lab course will allow participants to better evaluate literature and interpret analyses of longitudinal data. Topics will include:
- An understanding of when to use different models
- An understanding of testable hypotheses in longitudinal data
Target Audience: Junior faculty, fellows and nurse investigators who desire further knowledge of introductory biostatistics.
Introduction to Longitudinal Analysis 2014:
When: 1-3 pm on January 23, January 30, February 6 and February 13
Location: Training Room 8 at 1 Autumn St.