- n. Plural form of biostatistician.
“The paper, authored by an international group of epidemiologists and biostatisticians, suggests that mammography has only a small influence on survival.”
“Weir and other biostatisticians point to what is known as the "prosecutor's fallacy," the failure to make the distinction between the raw result of a genetic test, which is objective, and the probability that the identification is a match, which often is subjective.”
“Scientific experts such as doctors and biostatisticians serve on committees.”
“Clinical Services expects to employ nearly 100 staff during the next 12 months, including physicians, nurses, biostatisticians, quality assurance and bioanalytical specialists, medical writers and pharmacokineticists.”
“Many individuals contributed to the effort, including surgical oncologists, radiation and medical oncologists and biostatisticians.”
“Working alongside a team of high calibre biostatisticians the successful candidate will provide their statistical expertise on clinical studies including: study design, sample size calculations, patient randomization, statistical analyses, interpretation of data and reporting of results.”
“ABS originated in the early 1980s when Abt Associates 'staff of biostatisticians, clinicians, health economists, and strategic consultants began designing, analyzing, and reporting on clinical trials for a broad variety of drugs and devices covering many therapeutic areas.”
“• Work with biostatisticians and programmers integrating sequencing data with other proprietary and public domain datasets, such as clinical, genetic, phenotypic, proteomic, genomic, and immunomic datasets”
“• Work with biostatisticians and programmers to integrate and analyze sequencing data with other proprietary and public domain datasets, such as clinical, genetic, phenotypic, proteomic, genomic, and immunomic datasets”
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