The Karl E. Peace Center for Biostatistics functions as a technical operations support center to University and to the external community engaged in health-related research, particularly in the areas of pharmaceutical drug, device, or biologics research and development. Support and services provided address all phases of the research process, including research planning (research design, sample size determination, data collection form design, protocol development, etc.), data management, statistical analysis, interpretation of the results, and report/manuscript development.
- Assess research objectives and operations
- Consult on statistical methods
- Design experiments, surveys, clinical trials and protocols
- Provide clinical development plans, statistical analysis plans and/or regulatory strategies
- Design and develop data collection instruments
- Design and implement databases
- Provide data management, oversee and/or perform data entry
- Create a statistical analysis plan and perform the appropriate statistical analysis and sample size calculations
- Conduct simulation techniques
- Conduct Monte Carlo methods of approximation, including MCMC and Gibbs Sampler
- Provide interim and final documents reporting the results and interpretation of experiments, surveys and clinical trials
The Karl E. Peace Center for Biostatistics
Haresh Rochani, Dr.P.H., M.P.H., M.B.B.S.
Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health
Georgia Southern University
P.O. Box 8015
Statesboro, GA 30460
Office: Statesboro Campus-Hendricks Hall 1011
Statistical Consulting Unit
The Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU) consists of seven faculty members from the Department of Mathematical Sciences. The faculty of the SCU have demonstrated excellence relevant to the missions of Georgia Southern University and already had a major impact in the areas of mathematical statistics, statistical process control, multivariate statistical analysis, categorical data analysis, stochastic processes, clinical trials and reliability through their basic and applied research program and interactions with the university community and other institutions. The SCU develops statistical, mathematical and computational capabilities that directly contribute to further interdisciplinary interactions with scientists in other research and regional institutions as well as in the private sector and governmental agencies.
- Design of Experiments and Analysis of Studies
- Survey Sampling/Design
- Statistical Quality Control and Reliability
- Non-parametric Modeling
- Data Analysis and Reporting
- Statistical Training Workshops
- Categorical Data Analysis
- Multivariate Data Analysis
Services at the SCU are by appointment only. For consulting assistance please call 912-478-5427. Please being a completed Service Request Form and any other information that is pertinent to your project to the initial session.
Last updated: 1/12/2021