biostatistician


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biostatistician

(ˌbaɪəʊˌstætɪˈstɪʃən)
n
someone who studies or works professionally in the field of biostatistics
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Bindu Viswanathan, the artist who created the painting, is also a lecturer and biostatistician at the University of Texas, Austin.
Olivier Collignon, Biostatistician, European Medicines Agency
The study, published in the Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics gastroenterology journal, comes as the fruits of a collaboration between leading gastroenterologists in Bologna, Italy and a biostatistician from Leeds University, UK.
Atkinson is a world-class biostatistician who continues to innovate to make sure clinical trial protocols remain relevant and have the patients view front and center, said Taren Grom, editor and co-founder of PharmaVOICE.
Earnest disseminates results from a survey among practicing biostatisticians from a diverse background of education and working institutions to gauge their response on important issues such as problems they have faced in collaborating with clinicians, training on collaboration/consultation skills, frequency of performing selected tasks as a biostatistician, and issues to address and important skills to gain in order to enhance greater collaborations.
The results would be sent to the biostatistician to analyze and compile.
Since urology program structures vary across the country, we also examined the relationship between scholarly performance and protected research time, presence of a dedicated research rotation, existence of a structured research curriculum and access to a biostatistician.
In pretrial testimony, DePuy biostatistician Paul Voorhorst said that the company internally predicted a failure rate of 37 percent within 4.
The partners include: HMC cardiologists Dr Awad al-Qahtani and Dr Nidal Asd, HMC psychiatrist Dr Najla al-Haj, and HMC biostatistician Dr Rajvir Singh.
Over 10 years, scientists led by biostatistician Mary Haan of the University of California, San Francisco examined the retinas of 511 women at least 65 years old.
We discovered that hepatitis C has not one but two 'Achilles' heels' that provide opportunities for vaccine development," said Dr Fabio Luciani, from UNSW's Inflammation and Infection Research Centre and the research team's biostatistician.
Piers Gaunt, a biostatistician at the trials unit, says: "We're responsible for the design and analysis of clinical trials so we see first-hand some of the incredible advances being made in cancer research.