|Event Name||UC Berkeley Extension 2013: Introduction to Biostatistics
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
San Francisco: Downtown Center
|Description||The health and behavioral sciences commonly use several statistical methods (linear regres-sion, ANOVA, logistical regression, survival analysis and nonparametric methods) to study biological problems. Gain the statistical skills to read scientific articles in your field, understand the statistical methods used and interpret the results on your own. Learn to use computers and software for statistical analysis. This course is designed for upper-division undergraduate students, premedical students and professionals who are interested in biostatistics.
|Host Company||UC Berkeley Extension