am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2007
Institut für Medizinische Informatik, Statistik und Dokumentation / Meduni Graz
Besprechungsraum S05-170 im LKH-Eingangszentrum
Auenbruggerplatz 2 / V. Stock, 8036 Graz
A Statistician’s Role in Research at Mayo Clinic
von Brandon R. Grossardt
Mayo Clinic, Division of Biostatistics / Rochester, MN (USA)
The Mayo Clinic is the first and largest integrated, not-for-profit group practice in the world. It comprises nearly 2,500 physicians and 42,000 other health related staff. The main Mayo Clinic campus is located in Rochester, Minnesota, and provides a large portion of the health care to the surrounding communities. One of the lesser known treasures of the Mayo Clinic is the ability to conduct population-based research for Olmsted County in collaboration with all other health providers in the area.
I will describe the role in the research process of the approximately 150 statisticians working at Mayo Clinic. Topics addressed will include
As an example, I will use my recent experiences on The Mayo Clinic Study of Oophorectomy and Aging to illustrate the many facets of research. I will give special attention to the topics of epidemiology and study design, as all other aspects of a study are dictated by these topics. I emphasize a very informal atmosphere, and invite all attendees to openly ask questions.
- study design,
- study logistics,
- assessment of outcomes,
- statistical analyses, and
- the statistician’s role in publication.
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