Applied Statistics Core
The primary goal of the KBRIN Applied Statistics Core is to improve the breadth and quality of statistical support for scholarship in the KBRIN Network. Partnering with the University of Kentucky Applied Statistics Laboratory (ASL), statistical support is offered to research staff in the Network.
Joshua Lambert, Research Coordinator at the ASL, provides consultations for new projects, data analysis, experimental design, and statistical software correspondence.
Some of the aims of this core are to:
- To provide improved statistical services to groups preparing grant proposals (in particular junior faculty, pilot studies, and graduate students). This will help facilitate junior faculty acquire grant support and graduate students to produce scholarly work with high quality data analysis.
- To provide a resource which may be referenced in institutional support for larger grant applications,in addition to direct statistical support typically included in such grants.
Types of Services offered
- Data Analysis
- Statistical Programming
- Guest lectures, training and workshops at the ASL
Joshua Lambert, Research Coordinator
Research interests: Big Data, Bayesian Inference, Shiny Applications, Algorithm Development, statistical genetics