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13-06-2017:Help! Statistics! Lecture Multiple testing by Dr. Christine zu Eulenburg

09 June 2017

Help! Statistics! Lecture Multiple testing by Dr. Christine zu Eulenburg


The 13th of June, 12-13 hrs. in room 16 Onderwijscentrum. No registration is needed, please inform your colleagues as well if they are interested.

A general knowledge of statistics is essential in medical research: for the planning of a study or a trial, the analysis of data, interpretation of research results, writing manuscripts, reading and understanding research literature or answering reviewer requests, a basic understanding of statistics is a requirement. The Unit of Medical Statistics and Decision Making at the UMCG (Department of Epidemiology) starts a series of lectures on these basic concepts of statistics in medical sciences. In this series of lectures, we will address frequently used statistical methods and questions in a manageable timeframe for all researchers at the UMCG. The focus will be on Life-course epidemiology-related themes. Every month, an interesting statistical topic will be presented in 60 minutes, including 15 minutes for questions. The lectures are open to everybody who is interested, no knowledge of advanced statistics is required. Lectures take place every 2nd Tuesday of the month, 12.00-13.00 hrs.

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