Registration is now open for Part II (Design, analysis and interpretation of experiments) of the 3-part series of workshops designed to provide HIV researchers with the quantitative skills necessary for analysis of the large, complex data sets resulting from assays such as single-cell RNA-seq, flow cytometry, fMRI, etc.
Each workshop module consists of 6 once-a-week workshops held on Fridays from 9 AM – 4 PM, at Duke University. The workshops are open to graduate students, postdocs, medical fellows, staff and faculty. Non-Duke-affiliated applicants are welcome.
Part II Workshops - 2019
10/11 Introduction and study design
10/18 Exploratory data analysis and visualization
10/25 Hypothesis testing and sample size estimation – Part 1
11/01 Hypothesis testing and sample size estimation – Part 2
11/08 Multivariable modeling
11/15 Multilevel and random effects models
For more information, please see the Quantitative Methods for HIV Researchers Workshop webpage HERE.