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The Statistical Clinic is a fee-for-service organization with an hourly consulting rate. Rates for 2012–2013 are $90/hour for appointments and $80/hour for independent work.
Researchers from the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Veterinary Medicine are eligible for free consulting as provided by those colleges; see below for details. Other colleges or departments are also invited to consider funding this service centrally to better support research within their unit; for more information, please contact the Consulting Manager, Aaron Rendahl.
Acknowledgement, including co-authorship, is appropriate when our work on the project warrants it; it is not appropriate as a substitute for funding.
College of Liberal Arts: Faculty and graduate students in the College of Liberal Arts are invited to contact the Statistical Clinic for help with any quantitative research question. Professors may prefer to contact the director, Professor Weisberg. Consulting is available during fall and spring semesters and during summer session by appointment. Consulting is done in Ford Hall on the University's East Bank Campus.
College of Veterinary Medicine: The College of Veterinary Medicine has provided funding to sponsor this service through an investment by the Office of the Associate Dean of Research for the Molecular and Genetic Models sub-group of the Comparative Medicine signature program. It is to be used primarily for genetic research projects, but a portion of time (about 4 hours per week) is open to any comparative medicine project, with an emphasis on those that are likely to lead to future funding.To better serve CVM researchers, Consulting Manager Aaron Rendahl has a part time office in 295h Animal Science Veterinary Medicine.
Researchers from the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) and non-veterinary researchers in the Academic Health Center (AHC) will first be referred to the statistical consulting organizations within those units; the Office of Research Consultation and Services for CEHD and the Biostatistical Design and Analysis Center for AHC.