BSRT Graduate School

Courses

Statistic

15/16
Description:

Instructor:
Farzad Noubary, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine, Senior Statistician, Tufts Medical Center

in collaboration with Professor Mohamed Abou El-Enein, scientific coordinator of the translational track 

 

Day 1

Session 1 & 2: Basics of research studies, types of data, measures of location and spread, graphics, correlation Session

3 & 4: Basics of probability including conditional probability, diagnostic tests, Bayes Rule; data manipulation in Stata

 

Day 2

Session 5 & 6: Sampling, discrete densities including the binomial and Poisson distributions, continuous densities including the normal

Session 7 & 8: Expected value, estimation, central limit theorem, confidence intervals

 

Day 3

Session 9 & 10: Hypothesis tests, p-values, one and two sample comparisons of means

Session 11 & 12: Analysis of variance, F-distribution, multiple testing

Session 13 & 14: Nonparametric tests, permutation tests

 

Day 4

Session 15 & 16: Inference on proportions

Session 17 & 18: Contingency tables, chi-square test, Fisher’s exact test, paired data

Session 19 & 20: Correlation and introduction to linear regression

 

BioThinking

0/8
Description:

 

BioThinking workshop

 

Coaching workshop on how to work in interdisciplinary teams to cooperate effectively including an introduction of digital tools for agile working

 

Trainer: Fabian Feutlinkse (BioThinking)


BSRT introduction course

0/20
Description:

Each student has to attend in the beginning of their first year the course "Introduction into Research in Regenerative Medicine". This is a three week course which is devided into Introduction into Research in Regenerative Therapies (11 days) and Translationa Research (4 days).

All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL) All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL). 


BSRT introduction course

0/20
Description:

Each student has to attend in the beginning of their first year the course "Introduction into Research in Regenerative Medicine". This is a three week course which is devided into Introduction into Research in Regenerative Therapies (11 days) and Translationa Research (4 days).

All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL) All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL). 


BSRT introduction course

0/20
Description:

Each student has to attend in the beginning of their first year the course "Introduction into Research in Regenerative Medicine". This is a three week course which is devided into Introduction into Research in Regenerative Therapies (11 days) and Translationa Research (4 days).

All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL) All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL). 


BSRT introduction course

0/20
Description:

Each student has to attend in the beginning of their first year the course "Introduction into Research in Regenerative Medicine". This is a three week course which is devided into Introduction into Research in Regenerative Therapies (11 days) and Translationa Research (4 days).

All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL) All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL). 


BSRT Introduction Course

0/20
Description:

Each student has to attend in the beginning of their first year the course "Introduction into Research in Regenerative Medicine". This is a three week course which is devided into Introduction into Research in Regenerative Therapies (11 days) and Translationa Research (4 days).

All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL) All students work together using the training method problem based learing (PBL). 


Career Management

4/10
Description:

Do you want to get your own research fellowship but don’t know how to get started? The Getting Funded Workshop addresses the needs of PhD students wanting to apply for funding for their first postdoctoral position. Together we will explore what makes a research idea fundable and a research proposal reviewer friendly. Strategies on how best to present your research idea and yourself will be discussed. You will also be given the tools and the vocabulary to better write your research plan as well as sections not encountered at the paper writing stage, such as justifying choice of lab, projecting your future career aims and promoting yourself as the ideal person for the job. Finally, grant scouting information and tips will be provided about major funding sources both in Europe and the USA.

 

The Getting Funded Workshop is ideal for third year non-native English-speaking PhD students wanting to secure their own research funding for their first postdoctoral position. We recommend that those wanting to participate in this demanding writing workshop should have attended the Writing Scientific Papers Workshop or have proof of strong scientific writing ability.


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