The Massachusetts General Hospital Biostatistics Center provides biostatistics support and training to clinical researchers.
The Biostatistics Center at Massachusetts General Hospital collaborates with Mass General researchers on clinical and laboratory studies, acts as a statistical center for national and international clinical studies and conducts research in statistical methodology.
Members of the Center collaborate with MGH investigators in cancer, cardiology, emergency medicine, psychiatry, pediatrics, infectious diseases, neurology, and many other areas of clinical and basic research.
Faculty in the Center lead coordinating centers for trials in ARDS and for a Rare Cancer Genetics Registry.
Areas of statistical methods research cover many topics in clinical trials and epidemiology including study design (sample size), analysis of survival and longitudinal data, handling missing observational data and high dimensional data.
The Center works in collaboration with investigators from the Mass General Division of Clinical Research, the Harvard Catalyst Program and the Harvard Cancer Center.