Intensive course on experimental design and biostatistics
Currently, the scientific literature is critical of the translatability of in vivo research results and of the reproducibility of research conducted with animals. There are certainly solutions on what should be done to improve the translatability and reproducibility of animal experiments.
Among the solutions, statistics and experimental design play a central role to reach better translatability and reproducibility, in addition to contribute to the Reduction arm of the ThreeRs. This course addresses the central question of how to design your experiments and which test to perform given your specific research questions.
This course offers lectures, exercises and discussions on these topics.
|Duration:||3 mornings, 29 September, 6 October, and 13 October 2023|
PhD students, postdocs, researchers, lab animal scientists and technicians, and members of Animal Welfare
STATISTICS FOR ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS
THE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: HOW TO GENERALIZE THE RESULTS
How to calculate the «right» sample size:
Experimental design illustrated by practical examples:
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