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Biostatistics Analysis Center (Penn)

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  1. Resource Description
    "The Biostatistics Analysis Center (BAC) provides biostatistical and epidemiological consulting services to the University of Pennsylvania Health System research community. The BAC is staffed by professionally trained biostatisticians, biostatistical programmers, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) experts, data managers, and data entry staff. Faculty oversight for the BAC is provided by members of the CCEB Biostatistics and Epidemiology Divisions, with leadership for daily operations provided by a dedicated staff-level director. Specifically, Warren B. Bilker, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics, and John T. Farrar, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, are Faculty Co-Directors and Amy Praestgaard, MS, is the staff-level BAC Director. • Request BAC statistical analysis, programming, GIS, or data management services by completing the <a href="http://hosting.med.upenn.edu/bac/form/">CCEB Research Services Request Form</a>. • Request a BAC Statement of Work and budget for inclusion in a grant submission by completing the <a href="https://redcap.med.upenn.edu/surveys/?s=35mQgU">CCEB Grant Registration Form</a> and indicate in the Collaborative Personnel and Resource Needs section that you require MS Biostatistician support."
  2. Contact
    Praestgaard, Amy, M.S.
  3. Contact
    Pritchard, Janine
  4. Affiliation
    Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics
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  6. Director
    Farrar, John T., MD
  7. Director
    Praestgaard, Amy, M.S.
  8. Director
    Bilker, Warren B., Ph.D.
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