VUMC Biostatistics Collaboration Center (BCC)

Overview of Services

The Biostatistics Collaboration Center at Vanderbilt (BCC) is a university sponsored core resource whose goal is to provide for, enhance, and/or facilitate statistical collaborations involving the design, conduct, analysis or publication of biomedical research at the university. The Department of Biostatistics is comprised of biostatisticians who are available to work with faculty on a variety of projects. They offer a wide range of highly trained experts with unique expertise for almost any collaboration. The department has considerable expertise in the design, conduct, and analysis of large scale clinical trials and research design for basic biomedical research. Varying levels of expertise are also available for consultation, from masters level trained biostatisticians to full professors.The BCC is a revenue-neutral university resource. Rates are based on the technological and innovative resources necessary to perform collaborative services described above. Rates have been calculated based on department personnel dedicated to research activities, explicitly excluding common professional activities not related to this specific project (e.g., teaching, seminars, administration, service, etc.). Vanderbilt University annually reviews the BCC to ensure that it is in compliance with all applicable federal and state regulations, including Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards. Rates are adjusted annually to ensure that the BCC is operating on a strict non-profit cost recovery basis.

Leadership

Director: Ron Jannetta

Location and hours of operation

  Location

 

2525 West End
Suite 1100           

Links and Resources

  1. https://www.vumc.org/biostatistics/biostatistics-collaboration-center-bcc