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Graduate Summer Institute of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Biostatistical Analysis of Epidemiologic Data III

June 26 - June 30, 2017
8:30 a.m. – noon
2 credits

Course Number: 140.678.11


Course Instructor:

·   Steve Selvin


Multivariable analysis of multivariate data is often an essential element of epidemiologic research. Applications of regression techniques are the topic of this course, starting with a review of simple linear regression, as a foundation. Followed by application to non-linear data using more general regression techniques. Then, a complete and extensive description of log-linear regression analysis (also called Poisson regression) and how it works, particularly for the application to count data and tables. Also included is the concept of quasi-independence and the analysis of incomplete tables. Logistic regression techniques are similarly described in detail with emphasis on application to epidemiologic binary outcome data in several contexts. All regression techniques are illustrated with applied examples.

Learning Objectives: Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to


Grading Options: Letter Grade or Pass/Fail

Course Materials: Provided in Class