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Investigators can expand their knowledge base and gain valuable insights and perspectives by identifying a key group of colleagues and collaborators and establishing a team.
To be a successful clinical researcher, you must have the support of colleagues and collaborators, and create a team to inform your work.
While it can be helpful to have the input of others from your field, it can also be useful to add perspectives from other disciplines.
As it is vital to get biostatistical input throughout the course of your work, it can be very useful to have a trained biostatistician as an official member of your research team.
The Division of Clinical Research (DCR) at Massachusetts General Hospital offers biostatistical consultation services to support you in this process.
The DCR helps to connect investigators and study staff members to a variety of courses, services and resources that provide assistance with every step of the clinical research process. These include offerings from the DCR itself, as well as associated research institutions and organizations. Mass General resources are listed first; DCR programs are noted in parentheses.
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