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Drop-In Statistcal Consults at UCLA

Every Wednesday via Zoom          
Every Friday via Zoom                     
Office: 1100 Glendon Avenue, Suite 1820, Los Angeles, CA 90024            

Email or call to arrange your appointment.

See flier for all services.                    
Email: domstat@mednet.ucla.edu                    
Website: http://domstat.med.ucla.edu/pages/                   
Phone: 310-794-3111, Fax: 310-794-8149        

Cedars-Sinai

Appointments preferred                   
Email: angela.banks@cshs.org                   
Website: https://www.cedars-sinai.edu/Research/Research-Cores/Biostatistical-Sciences/                   
Phone: 310-248-8901, fax: 310-423-4020                   
Office: Pacific Theatres Building, 116 North Robertson Blvd. suite 900C, Los Angeles, CA 90048                   
 

LA BioMed at Harbor-UCLA

Appointments preferred                   
Email: ypak@labiomed.org                   
Website: research.labiomed.org/biostat                   
Phone : 310-222-1874, fax: 310-533-1874                   
Office: LA BioMed Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 1124 West Carson Street, Walter P Martin Research Center(RB-1), Rm. 248                  

                    

About the CTSI                    
UCLA CTSI programs are designed to accelerate discovery, engage our communities, train translational researchers and support team science. CTSI supports pilot studies, trains young researchers, and engages schools and communities in health improvement. It belongs to a national, federally supported network of more than 50 CTSIs.

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