Center for Biostatistics
The Center for Biostatistics provides long-term and short-term consultative support in:
- Study design
- Sample size calculations
- Data analysis
- Interpretation and dissemination of study results
- Data management
- Education and training
Special Areas of Expertise:
- Design of early phase and adaptive trials
- Machine learning and analysis of high throughput data
- Pragmatic and registry-based studies
- Analysis of large/administrative datasets
- Environmental statistics
The Center for Biostatistics has established Biostatistics CoREs to support the statistical needs of the following departments and institutes:
- Emergency Medicine
- Palliative Medicine
- Environmental Medicine and Public Health
- The Cardiovascular Institute
- Institute of Adolescent Health
- Institute of Transformative Clinical Trials
- The Tisch Cancer Institute
- Institute for Personalized Medicine
- Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Institute
- The Institute of Translational Epidemiology
To request biostatistics CoREs support contact:
BERD Consultation Services
BERD Consultation Services support the departments and institutes that are not covered by the Biostatistics Cores.
Request consultation services by submitting the online BERD Service Request Form.
Cost – $125 per hour
STAT-CHAT Walk-in Consultations
Free walk-in consultation service meant to resolve easy problems and answer quick questions about such topics as data analysis, study design, and database. All faculty, fellows, residents, staff, or medical students are welcome to use this service for quick statistics-related questions. Two statisticians are available for an hour on a first-come, first-served basis. Each consultation should be about 15 minutes.
Every Monday, 2:00 – 3:00 PM
STAT-CHAT Virtual Consultation Service
Cancer Biostatistics Walk-In Clinics
A biostatistician provided by The Tisch Cancer Institute-Biostatistics Shared Resource Facility will be available for quick statistical consultation on a first come, first served basis. The purpose of this clinic is to answer general statistical questions and to provide guidance for current and future cancer research projects.
Visit the Center for Biostatistics website to learn more about their Educational Programs.
For more information contact:
Center for Comparative Medicine and Surgery (CCMS)
The Center for Comparative Medicine and Surgery (CCMS) is a centralized, shared resource supporting animal research via veterinary, husbandry care, and research collaboration with the faculty at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Jonathan Cohen, DVM, MS, DACLAM
- Clinical Services – Small Animal Vet Services
- Facility Use
- Enrichment Programs
- Surgical Services
- Comparative Pathology Laboratory
- Husbandry Services
Policies & Manuals
CCMS Policies and Procedures
Center for Digital Health
The Center for Digital Health provides expertise in health technology product development and research design.
- Technology platforms developed for automation and digitalization of clinical processes
- Clinical research mobile app and website development
- Research study design and implementation
- Collaboration for the publication of research findings
- IRB and regulatory expertise
Center for Interventional Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Trials
Digital Media Center
The Digital Media Center provides creative solutions and services that can support your multimedia needs.
- Poster Printing
- Fine Art Printing
- Website Design
- Digital Media Services
- Poster design
- Photo-quality color printing
- Black/white, and color photocopies
- Flyer and brochure design and printing
- Scanning, including film and transparencies
- Equipment rental, including Polycom and web camera/microphone
Mount Sinai Center for Bioinformatics
The Mount Sinai Center for Bioinformatics develops analytical methods to study diverse and complex data collected from transcriptomics, epigenomics, proteomics and metabolomics research studies. These methods include systematic data integration from large omics publicly available resources, development of novel data visualization software components, and network and pathway analyses using graph theory and machine learning. In addition, the Center has capabilities to mine data from the Mount Sinai Electronic Health Records system to develop machine learning classifiers and regressors for patient diagnosis and clustering. The Center provides bioinformatics support to clinical and basic researchers through collaborations.
- Research collaborations
- Data analysis
- Web-based software tools
- In-class and online courses and other training opportunities
Original Web-Based Software Tools
The Mount Sinai Center for Bioinformatics has developed widely-accessed web-based software tools to assist investigators with the discovery of new knowledge from omics datasets and predict small molecules as novel leads starting from gene expression profiling data. These tools have been accessed by over two million users world-wide and are utilized in a variety of collaborative projects involving different data types.
- Enrichr – Gene-List Enrichment Analysis Search Engine
- Harmonizome – Integrated Biological Knowledge About Gene for Machine Learning
- ARCHS4 – A Million Uniformly Processed RNA-seq Samples from Human and Mouse
- BioJupies – Automated Generation of Interactive Notebooks for RNA-seq Data Analysis in the Cloud
- Appyters – Over 100 Lightweight Bioinformatics Applications that Execute a Variety of Workflows
- SigCom LINCS – Data and Metadata Search Engine for a Million Gene Expression Signatures