A Centralized Biostatistics Group Is Good For Academic Medical Centers

This consortium makes a well-reasoned argument that all major academic medical centers should have a centralized biostatistics group. This model benefits biostatisticians as well as researchers from all departments and units of the medical center.—Laura Willett, MD

Welty LJ, et al. Strategies for Developing Biostatistics Resources in an Academic Health Center. Acad Med 2013, 88:454-460

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