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Statistics Seminar: Embedding Statistics Effectively in Research


Course overview Date, venue & booking


The aim is to explore successful embedding of statistics in research, funding proposals and academic writing.


Simon French will discuss how to approach statistics in different aspects of your work as a researcher to gain successful outcomes. Some of the pitfalls will be discussed along with when and how to seek expert advice, leading to intelligent collaboration across disciplines.

The session will also include some examples of good practice from colleagues in different fields at Warwick:

  • Andrew Mead and Carol Hawley will give their perspective on 1-1 support aiding article writing/acceptance to incorporate statistics effectively
  • Shilpa Patel will discuss her experience of writing grants and working collaboratively with statisticians.

Who is it for?

All research active staff at Warwick

Led by:

Simon French (Director of RISCU)

Date: Thursday 16 January 2014

Time: 12.00-1.45pm

Venue: Room 1, Wolfson Research Exchange
(3rd floor, library)

Book a place

Catering provided: Refreshments and a 'bag lunch' on arrival

Any questions?

Administration arrangements:

Contact Abi Render:

or ext. 24959, LDC admin support

Workshop content:

Sandy Sparks,

or ext. 74121, Learning Development Centre