Research study statistics advice, collaboration and services
We provide statistical advisory services covering:
The design of quantitative studies
Sample size requirements
Performing a statistical analysis for a given set of data
Responding to journal reviewers’ comments
Performing limited statistical analyses
Planning statistical analysis to undertake costed statistical analysis
This is undertaken as part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College Hospital statistical consultancy services. One-hour booked appointments at the Guy’s campus can be made by emailing email@example.com
For grant proposals, additional support comes from the Research Design Service. Further information is available from the King’s College London Unit for Medical Statistics and the RDS London website.
We provide costed statistical collaboration in clinical trials at our BRC and more widely across the King’s Clinical Trial Unit (KCTU).
This includes fully costed co-applicant collaboration with trials being submitted for funding by NIHR/MRC and costed services for other studies (e.g. analysis only).
Advice on study design, including developing bespoke designs where needed
Preparing sample size calculations
Contributing to statistical sections of grant applications and protocols
Advice on randomisation method
Preparing DMC reports and attending meetings
Attending TSC meetings
Preparing a statistical analysis plan in collaboration with CI
Preparing computer code for primary statistical analyses
Communicating data issues at the analysis stage back to the study team
Conducting statistical analyses and writing report of results
Contributing to publications as co-author
For more information on our statistical services provided through our NIHR Biomedical Research Centre, including grant applications and existing studies, contact Richard Foulsham (administrator) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For grant applications, please make first contact at least six weeks before submission deadline, and more if the design is complex.
Our BRC statisticians are fully affiliated to the KCTU. For more on the role of KCTU click here.