- IRB and grant submission/resubmission
- Protocol review
- Analysis planning & advice
- Manuscript reviewer response
|Advice on biostatistical topics related to clinical & translational research.||Biostatistical Consulting|
The Harvard Catalyst Biostatistical Consulting Program, funded by the National Institutes of Health, supports Harvard investigators undertaking clinical and translational research. Drawing on a team of highly skilled biostatisticians from the Harvard academic medical and hospital community, the program offers consultations and expertise on a range of relevant areas to researchers as they launch new clinical and translation projects. The program also promotes the development and mentoring of Harvard Catalyst biostatisticians, as well as biostatistical training for clinical investigators.
Statistical services focus on clinical and translational projects in the early stages of development. These services include the following:
The Biostatistics program now also provides assistance with reporting results to ClinicalTrials.gov. To request help, when submitting your consultation request form, indicate your needs as "ClinicalTrials.gov results reporting."
To request a Harvard Catalyst biostatistical consultation, please complete and submit this webform.
Please request a consultation well before your deadline. Your request may be refused if there is insufficient time to provide useful advice.
Have you received a consultation from Harvard Catalyst? Remember to cite Harvard Catalyst in your publications and posters.
The Biostatistical Consulting Program offers free consultations to investigators applying for Harvard Catalyst Pilot Grants.
The repository provides researchers with free, open-source tools necessary to complete basic statistical analysis.