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Financial Support & Prioritization

TRIAD Rates

Standard rates are below.

SDBC:

Junior MS Level Statisticians:

$85 per hour

Senior MS/Non-faculty PhD Statisticians:

$108 per hour

Faculty Statisticians:

$150 per hour

 

Cancer Biostatistics Core:

Junior MS Level Statisticians:

$85 per hour

Senior MS/Non-faculty PhD Statisticians:

$108 per hour

Faculty Statisticians:

$150 per hour

 

Qualitative Methods Core:

Qualitative Methods

Senior Faculty:

$150 per hour

Specialized Services

Transcriptionist

$43 per hour

Data collector

$51 per hour

Focus group moderator (non-faculty) and qualitative analyst

$70 per hour

Senior Coder

$81 per hour

 

Survey and Measurement Core:

Junior Faculty:

$125 per hour

Senior Faculty:

$150 per hour

 

Health Economics Core:

All Services and Academic Ranks:

$125 per hour

 

Systematic Review Core:

All Services and Academic Ranks:

$0 per hour

*Charges computed based on the average salary plus benefits of the PHR members providing each service, plus approximately 9% for administrative and computer costs. 

Discounts may be available for preparation for grant applications (see below), support for VPCAT scholars, CTSI trainees and MSCI students, and support of reproducible research and methodological advances in clinical and translational research.

    New Grant Application Support

    PHR offers 20 hours of subsidized support on new grant submissions as long as certain conditions are met. In order to receive this special support:

    1) The grant work must be requested at least 6 weeks before submission date.

    2) The submitter must provide support for PHR personnel for at least 7.5%FTE/year.

    3) The submitter must submit the grant PID number (formerly DSS#) to PHR after submission.

    Prioritization

    The SDBC attempts to provide collaborations for clinical and translational research throughout the University of Utah system. However, given personnel and funding constraints, there are times when the demand for collaboration exceeds our capacity. During these periods, priority will be given to grants or departments/divisions/institutes which have arranged ongoing funding with the SDBC.

    Additional prioritization is determined by the type of project:

    • New grant application for external funding sources
    • Projects offering opportunities for methodological development by SDBC collaborators
    • Study design in preparation for internal funding application
    • Funded career development award
    • Data analysis in support of manuscript
    • Meeting or conference abstract
    • Other

    Our Office

    Williams Building
    University of Utah Research Park
    Williams Building, 1st floor
    295 South Chipeta Way
    Salt Lake City, Utah
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    Contact

    Camie Derricott
    Phone: 801-587-5212
    Fax: 801-581-3623

    Acknowledging the SDBC

    Please use the following text to acknowledge the CTSI Study Design and Biostatistics Center:

    "This investigation was supported by TRIAD, with funding in part from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UL1TR002538. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health."