Center for Public Health Sciences

PUB 7200: Biostatistical Analysis for Applied Public Health Research (3.5 credits)

This course will provide students with a foundation in analyzing data based on the most important biostatistical methods used in public health research and practice. The course will emphasize methods to address longitudinal follow-up, confounding, and interactions, focusing on the use of regression models for continuous, count, binary, and time to event data. Proper interpretation of model results will be stressed. Lab sessions will be conducted to assist students in reviewing material covered in the lectures and homework assignments. 

Prerequisite: PUB 6200; PUB 7120 pre or co-requisite
 

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