Course Description

Statistical analyses are a fundamental component of experimental design in many biomedical research fields. Particularly when working with large, messy data, proper understanding of statistics is essential to perform proper statistical analyses. This course will build on students' existing knowledge of statistics to help them expand their analysis toolkits and will cover topics including modeling, bootstrapping, simulations, imputation, and basic machine learning. Students will attend lectures to gain theoretical understanding of topics before applying concepts through practice problems and projects using the R programming language.

Learner Outcomes

When you complete the course successfully, you will be able to:

  • Fit and interpret multiple regression models including interaction and non-linear terms
  • Fit and interpret logistic regression models
  • Evaluate model fit to perform model selection
  • Perform bootstrapping and simulation analyses to quantify statistical confidence
  • Fit basic machine learning models
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of different machine learning models.


This course applies toward the Bioinformatics Endeavor digital badge.

Textbook Information

There is no textbook for purchase required for this course.


Basic proficiency in R and simple statistical analyses.

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Section Title
Statistics for Biomedical Researchers
Online Asynchronous
Mar 27, 2024 to May 14, 2024
Total Cost (Includes $75 non-refundable technology fee per course when applicable)
Eligible Discounts Can Be Applied at Checkout (2 Credits) $775.00
Potential Discount(s)
Available for Academic Credit
2 Credit(s)
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