Biostatistics & Epidemiology Services

The Rutgers University Biostatistics and Epidemiology Services Center (RUBIES) was founded in 2016, to provide basic data analysis and management, epidemiology, and biostatistics services to investigators throughout Rutgers University and the NJ ACTS community. Services, provided on a fee-for-service basis, include: data analysis and interpretation including the production of statistical summaries, tables and graphs; statistical programming; design of observational or experimental studies; design and analysis of biomedical studies; comprehensive data management; and technical report preparation.

BERD Training
NJ ACTS Biostatistics and Epidemiology Workshop Series

Upcoming Event – February 4, 2021 at 2:30 pm
An Introduction to R for Clinical and Translational Research, Patrick Hilden, MS PhD, RWJ Barnabas Health
Register Here.
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Questions? contact Jennifer Zabala

Leadership Team

Perry Halkitits, PhD, MS, MPH

Perry Halkitits, PhD, MS, MPH

Dean of Rutgers School of Public Health

Professor of Urban-Global Public Health
Professor of Biostatistics

ph343@sph.rutgers.edu

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Jason Roy, PhD

Jason Roy, PhD

Chair of Biostatistics and Epidemiology

Professor of Biostatistics

jr1388@sph.rutgers.edu

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BERD Mini-Methods Grants
Investigator Project Title
Wei (Vivian) Li Understanding Cell Type Specific Gene Regulatory Networks
Yaqun Wang New Statistical Models for Cancer and Precision Medicine Studies with PDX Trial
Suril Gohel Multimodal Neuroimaging Based Markers of AD Progression
Mark McGovern How Common are Missing Data in HIV RCTs and How is the Problem Handled? Gathering Preliminary Data to Assess the Consequences of Assuming Missing at Random.

 

BERD Grant Documents

Year 2 Mini-Methods Grants
Application Deadline: May 15, 2020
Award Notification: June 2020
Mini Methods Grant Announcement Year 2
Common Application Form
Budget Form