We support the next generation of researchers.
CIDA offers support options to up and coming researchers through our consulting center. Whether you need a doctoral level biostatistician to join your faculty and assist with the development and implementation of evidence-based approaches to biomedical research, or you need training and mentoring, we can provide the right options for your teams.
We also assist with educational program development and/or mentoring targeted to develop your trainees in:
Turn your general research question into testable hypotheses. Receive assistance in developing a study design, implementing your analysis, or interpreting your results.
The University of Colorado Medical School Education program (UME) and CIDA have partnered to offer biostatistical and data science consultation to all medical students through the design and completion of their mentored scholarly activity. Medical students can receive one-on-one design and analysis consultation through consulting clinics or apply for comprehensive support through the MSA Small Grant program.
The School of Medicine Academy of Medical Educators (AME) and CIDA have partnered to offer biostatistical and data science consultation to all academy members for medical education research. Academy members and current Teaching Scholar Program (TSP) participants can receive one-on-one design and analysis consultation through consulting clinics and apply for comprehensive support through the AME Small Grant program.
The resources below can help you prepare for your first visit to one of our clinics.