CRISS - 4/26/24 - Clinical Trial Statistics


This presentation will provide an overview of the main steps of analyzing a randomized controlled trial (RCT). The main example will be a 2-group x 3-time factorial longitudinal design, one of the most common RCTs designs. The emphasis will be conceptual rather than computational, although some concrete examples will be shown. Attention will be given to the assumptions of the main analytical strategies and how those are incorporated into the analysis. Various online and campus resources will be indicated.

Michael L. Berbaum, Ph.D.
Director, Biostatistics Core
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
University of Illinois Chicago


2023-2024 Clinical Research Investigators Seminar Series (CRISS): This training seminar series is intended to provide faculty and other investigators with information and skills needed to conduct clinical research at UIC at all stages of a study’s lifecycle.

Contact: Sudeshna De, Lawrie Zhang,

4/26/202412:00 PM - 1:00 PMOnline 

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