Dear Rutgers’ Researchers –
Thanks so much for visiting our RUBIES website!
Due to emergent State and Federal research initiatives surrounding COVID-19, the RUBIES team is temporarily shutting down our pipeline and portal for any new request/project submissions in order to aid RBHS and CTSA leadership with these efforts. We expect this pause to last until May 1st, 2020. We understand that this pause may be inconvenient for some of you who may have emergent deadlines approaching; however, we ask for your understanding in this situation.
If you have any questions about this decided action please contact our Director, Dr. Jason Roy or our Administrative Manager, Patricia Greenberg.
We look forward to collaborating with you in the future!
Rutgers University Biostatics & Epidemiology Services (RUBIES) is a center within Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences and the Rutgers School of Public Health that provides statistical support, including design, programming, data management, and data analysis, to investigators throughout Rutgers University. RUBIES team members complete requested services with the Faculty Director or other associated Faculty members where appropriate.
Our research support is provided on a fee-for-support basis.
RUBIES research support is not intended to replace collaboration with faculty.
RUBIES is part of a network of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) centers, which support clinical and translation research for the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translation Research (NJ ACTS) by: facilitating the translation of science into practice by providing easily accessible, state-of-the-art clinical study design and data analysis support; promoting the development, implementation and sharing of innovative study design and methods, including outcome measure development, biostatistics, epidemiology, and analysis of results; and providing educational opportunities for clinical and translational researchers to develop basic skills and understanding in study design and data analysis. For statistical support, please fill out this form.
The NJ ACTS is supported by a NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA).