BIOSTATISTICS CORE

PROVIDENCE | BOSTON CENTER FOR AIDS RESEARCH




Since its inception in 1998, the Biostatistics Core has been a valuable component of the Providence-Boston CFAR 

Over the past 17 years, our Core has developed and nurtured a diverse group of statistical scientists whose expertise engages the needs of modern HIV researchers with a broad
 array of interests. We are on the leading edge of statistical methods research, and possess extensive knowledge of the underlying scientific and clinical issues relevant to HIV/AIDS

ABOUT THE CORE 




We are equipped to handle the vast array of data types,
study designs, and scientific questions required for modern HIV research, including:



analysis of observational data 
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study of social and sexual networks
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modeling of disease dynamics 
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combining and integrating data from multiple sources
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analysis of genomic and molecular-level data
(e.g. to understand treatment resistance)
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design and analysis of intervention trials and screening studies





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