PubHtlh 640
Intermediate Biostatistics
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
UMass Amherst



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1. Review of PubHlth 540
2. Regression and Correlation
3. Discrete Distributions
4. Categorical Data Analysis
5. Logistic Regression
6. Introduction to Survival Analysis
7. Analysis of Variance
8. Repeated Measures Analysis
9. Nonparametrics


" Technical skills, like fire, can be an admirable servant
and a dangerous master."
- A. Bradford Hill (1971)

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Wednesday 4/16/2014
Room Location of Tuesday April 22, 2014 LAB SESSION is S4-402

Sunday 4/13/2014
Week 11 (April 14-18, 2014) (THIS WEEK)

Welcome to PubHlth640, Intermediate Biostatistics!
Spring 2014
Instructor: Carol Bigelow

This course is the second of a two semester introduction to biostatistics, PubHlth 540 and PubHlth 640. The objective of this course is to expand upon the basic concepts and intution of statistical reasoning developed in the first semester to selected applications of biostatistical analysis: simple and multiple normal theory linear regression, multiple contingency table analysis, logistic regression, and analysis of variance. Time permitting, this course also includes introductions to survival analysis, repeated measures data, and nonparametric methods. Illustrations of analyses using the software package Stata are also provided (see also course website, PubHlth 691f).

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