Consulting Lab

Our department is currently engaged in two primary consulting efforts. First, we are offering statistical consulting for COVID-19 related research projects. We can help with study design, data analysis, machine learning, survey design, observational studies, prediction modeling, and many other methods. There is no charge for this service; we will prioritize projects according to our availability and expertise.

Second, we maintain an ongoing, structured Biostatistical Consulting Lab, in which our graduate students (under the guidance of Dr. Rebecca Betensky) provide the above methods of statistical support on a variety of active projects by NYU and external researchers. This is currently taking place as a weekly course for the Spring semester, but is still maintained as an extracurricular program during the Fall.

Please see below to make a request for support through either of these initiatives:

Consulting Types

Consulting Lab

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COVID-19 Consultations

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Students will be contacted directly regarding incoming requests and future presentation sessions. To inquire about participation in current active projects, or for any other questions, contact Evan Wardell at evan.wardell@nyu.edu.

Products of our Consultations

Several publications have resulted from projects in collaboration with the students in our consulting lab; you can see some of them here.

Upcoming Meetings

  • All meetings for the Spring semester have passed. Please check back here as meetings are scheduled for the Fall semester.

Current Projects

23 of our graduate students are currently providing statistical support on 9 exciting studies by investigators at the NYU School of Medicine. Below are some of these projects:

  • "A meta-analysis of early-life factors in eosinophilic esophagitis", with lead investigator Rita Knotts, MD, assistant professor at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, Department of Medicine
  • "Effect of a ten minute illustrative and educational intervention in the treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes", with lead investigators Danielle Neuman, MD and Roshney Jacob-Isaac, MD of the NYU Langone Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, & Metabolism
  • "AWAreness during REsuscitation (AWARE-II)", with lead investigator Sam Parnia, MD, PhD, associate professor at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, Department of Medicine
  • "Cardiac Arrest Awareness and Long-term Quality of Life: A Mixed-Methods Study of The Experiences and Psychological Consequences of Adult Cardiac Arrest", with lead investigator Sam Parnia, MD, PhD
  • "A Pilot Study Examining Conscious Awareness and Cognitive Experiences During Deep Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest", with lead investigator Sam Parnia, MD, PhD

Consulting Resources for Students