Survival analysis refers to statistical approaches addressing time to event data. These approaches specifically deal with censored data where it is, e.g., only known that a patient has survived up to a certain point in time but it remains unknown what happened thereafter.
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UTHSC is a key stakeholder in the Memphis Medical District, and we have been asked to share our voices in shaping the future of the District. You can help by participating in a survey to understand perceptions about the District and what types of improvements we would like to see. Several institutions have joined together… Read More
Did you know that November is Native American Heritage Month? The Office of Equity and Diversity is committed to celebrating the month by offering tickets to Memphis’ very own Chucalissa museum where guests can explore Native American art, artifacts, exhibits and traditions.
Take an original photograph of diversity around the UTHSC community, based on the theme “What Does inclusion look and feel like?” and submit your photograph for your chance to win a $20 gift card!
Suicide Prevention Training will be available for faculty/staff and students on the following dates.
Students: Tuesday, Nov. 19th, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., GEB, A104.
Faculty/Staff: Monday, December 2nd, 10:30 – 12:00, Freeman Auditorium, 930 Madison, 3rd Floor.
Sign-up required: uthsc.edu/suicide-prevention/
Individual GraphPad Prism 8 statistics and graphing software licenses are available through the Molecular Bioinformatics Core (mBio) through a campus license. The cost is $110 per computer for a one-year license. Please note that individual licenses cannot be used on more than one computer; however, the license may be used on either a PC or a Mac.
An additional benefit of choosing the yearly campus license option is that when the vendor upgrades the software, your license can be upgraded; this is not a feature if you purchase an individual software license directly through GraphPad.
Additional information about Prism software capabilities can be found at: https://www.graphpad.com/scientific-software/prism/.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Daniel Johnson at 901.448.3743 or email@example.com
FlowJoTM Data Analysis Tutorials
The UTHSC Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Core (FCCS) will host beginner and advanced tutorial sessions on flow cytometry data analysis with FlowJoTM software on Friday, November 15, 2019.Christian Aguilera-Sandoval, PhD, BD Biosciences Field Application Scientist, will present the tutorials in the Cancer Research Building (CRB) Auditorium – Room 114.
FlowJoTM Beginners Tutorial will be held from 9:30 a.m to 12:00 p.m.
This tutorial will be aimed at new users who want to learn how to analyze their data and current FlowJoTM users who want to brush up on their skills.
FlowJoTM Advanced Applications Tutorial will be held from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
For current FlowJoTM users looking to expand their data analysis skills.
Registration for either or both tutorial sessions will be through HR128 – https://www.uthsc.edu/hr/training/index.php.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Deidre Daria at 901.448.4279.
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