Biostatistics 101

The goal of this class is to introduce the basic statistical concepts and methods for cancer research.

Understanding biostatistics is paramount for cancer research. BIOSTATISTICS 101, BIOS 101, for Cancer Researchers at the University of Florida Health Cancer Center (UFHCC) is a diverse program presented in eight lectures. The lectures introduce the basic principles of biostatistics and are intended for those who are in the process of learning biostatistical applications or for those who desire a refresher course. Types of data, descriptive statistics, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation/regression, survival analysis and sample size calculation will be taught in this course series.

When:  September 11, 2018 – November 6, 2018 (There will not be a lecture on October 23, 2018)

Occurs: Every Tuesday | 4:00PM to 5:00PM

Location: CGRC 101 (note room chg from 133)

Registration is closed for this lecture series.  If you have any questions,  please contact Amber Gay at

Instructor: Ji-Hyun Lee, Professor and Director Division of Quantitative Sciences & Biostatistics Shared Resources

Administrative Assistant: Amber Gay

Lecture Series Syllabus