Vanderbilt University offers comprehensive services that to provide high quality results that promote scientific discovery which can translate into improved health care. Most of the resources are available at no cost or very minimal cost to Vanderbilt students.
Biostatistics Clinics are a free service staffed by the Department of Biostatistics for those who have methodologic questions about their research projects or about published articles.
Basic instruction and practical advice on commonly encountered clinical research topics. Weekly sessions are typically demonstration-oriented and provide an informal setting to learn new skills.
A moderated site where where statisticians, epidemiologists, informaticists, machine learning practitioners, and other research methodologists communicate with themselves and with clinical, translational, and health services researchers to discuss issues related to data: research methods, quantitative methods, study design, measurement, statistical analysis, interpretation of data and statistical results, clinical trials, journal articles, statistical graphics, causal inference, medical decision making, etc.
A space for candid discussions about life in academics. Advice and information on academic writing, presentations, networking at conferences, funding, grant reviews, managing/protecting your time, and other topics.
- Library locations | library hours
- Online catalog, databases, and eJournals
- Research guides by subject
- Scholarly Communications Workshops
- Training – in-person one-on-one and group training on a number of specialized citation and data resources
- Tutorials – online tutorials for PubMed, EndNote, and other relevant research tools
Supports the work of the IRB and provides HRPP oversight.
A poster printing service available to students and researchers affiliated with the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.
A collection of books and reference materials available to all research staff, faculty, and students. Suggestions for new resources are welcomed.
This article, written by George Gopen and Judith Swan, was originally published in the November-December 1990 issue of American Scientist. It is considered recommended reading for all students in the Vanderbilt MPH Program.
Funding resources, resources for first-time investigators, grant-writing assistance and research related templates, along with a customized action plan that includes a necessary list of approvals for each funding application.
Meet individually with trained consultants to talk about your writing project or areas of concerns. Services are free and confidential for any member of Vanderbilt’s scholarly community.
External Research Resources