Saturday, November 28th, 2015

Statistical Support

Dr. Haim Bar and an advanced graduate student from the UConn Department of Statistics are available during the academic year to provide statistical advice and assistance for CHIP-related research and proposals for external funding.

Note that statistical support services are only available to:

  1. Current CHIP PIs,
  2. CHIP affiliates who are preparing an external grant proposal that will be submitted through CHIP, and
  3. CHIP affiliates, research staff, and graduate students who are working under a current CHIP PI.

If you meet at least one of the above criteria and would like to request statistical support through CHIP, please complete the application form (PDF) and submit it to

Once your application is approved, Dr. Bar will contact you directly to set up an appointment. Please feel free to contact Dr. Bar if you have any further questions.

Application for Statistical Consulting through CHIP (PDF) form.

Free Statistical Consulting

In addition, Statistical Consulting Services (SCS) is pleased to announce their free walk-in and online services! They provide immediate, in person or round-the-clock web-based statistical support for quick questions about grant proposals, journal articles, PhD. Dissertations, M.S. Theses, and undergraduate research projects. The walk-in hours and online service are active during the semester. Walk-in hours are held in AUST 340, and the online submission form is available here.

It is available to all UConn undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, research fellows, and faculty members. We have expertise in statistical software, study design, statistical methodology, data analysis and visualization, and reporting of results.

They are located at: Philip E. Austin Building (Former CLAS), Room 340 or online.

*SCS is jointly funded by Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR), Dean’s Offices of CLAS and CAHNR, School of Pharmacy, and Department of Statistics, UCONN

**Additionally, they provide comprehensive, ongoing consulting services.

For more information, contact Tracy Burke

Mac Users:
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