The Digestive Health Center (DHC) is partnering with the Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST) to provide members with biostatistical support and the infrastructure to execute disease-based clinical research. Faculty and staff of the Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) are experienced at applying biostatistical methodological and ethical principles across a broad array of interdisciplinary clinical and translational research projects.

Services

Free to all CCTST Members

  • Advising on research designs, including project implementation and data collection methods (up to 1 hr)
  • Guidance on appropriate statistical methods based on study design
  • Training and access to REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) for research studies
  • Reviewing REDCap Data Base Structure

To obtain assistance for the services listed above complete the request form on “Research Central” tab at: http://cctst.uc.edu/ . 
 

Fee-for-Service

  • Consultations on research design, implementation and statistical methods in excess of 1 hour
  • Conducting power analyses and determining sample size.
  • Developing data safety and monitoring plans
  • Creating surveys and questionnaires
  • Conducting a wide array of statistical analysis

To obtain assistance for Biostatistical Consulting send your request to bcu@cchmc.org.

To obtain assistance for clinical data management support send your request to dmc@cchmc.org.

DHC Subsidy

The DHC will subsidize the fee-for-service cost by providing 50% of the total charge up to $500 per member, per year.