Reuben Thomas, PhD
Why do we perform experiments? What conclusions would we like to be able to draw from these experiments? Who are we trying to convince? How does the “magic” of statistics help us reach conclusions? This talk, by Reuben Thomas of the Bioinformatics Core, is open to anyone interested in designing experiments to test hypotheses (e.g., the effect of a drug treatment, gene mutation or disease on gene expression, percent reprogrammed cells, survival time, or mitochondrial velocity).
No background in statistics is required.
Novice: This is an introductory workshop in the Biostats series. No prior experience required. No prerequisites.
The Gladstone Data Science Training Program was started in 2018 to provide trainees with learning opportunities and hands-on workshops to improve their skills in bioinformatics and computational analysis. This program offers a series of workshops throughout the year to enable trainees to gain new skills and get support with their questions and data.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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We want to effect positive change through our events and activities by providing a platform for discussions on important topics related to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in the sciences.