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Speaker Meeting Meeting Date Title Attached Presentation Abstract
Brad Pollock, MPH, PhD ACTS April 11, 2014 Biostatisticianís Perspective: Roles in Observational Studies, Electronic Health Records & Big Data Pollock - ACTS - April 11, 2014  
Leah Welty, PhD ACTS April 11, 2014 Designing the Science: A Biostatisticianís Perspective Welty - ACTS Presentation Notes - April 11, 2014 These are notes from Leah's presentation on team science. She discusses how working as a team produces a much better product.
Frank Harrell, PhD ACTS April 11, 2014 A Biostatistician's Perspective: Impact in Clinical/ Translational Studies Harrell - ACTS - April 11, 2014 Statistics is not a toolbox, but a way of thinking. In clinical and translational research, and indeed in all fields of research, things are not always as they seem. Biostatisticians often function as team detectives to find alternative explanations for findings or to demonstrate that the apparent explanation has no likely substitute. It is better to have a biostatistician as your detective rather than a referee or study section.
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