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ernestmusekwaemmusekwa@gmail.com0836249848Yes
I am MMED registrar doing my project on Burkitt lymphoma epidemiology  and outcome.
Maxwell Chirehwa helped me with my initial biostatistics in December 2017.
 Currently I require Kaplan Meier graph for the analaysis.
 Can I make an appointment with the Biostatistics consultant.
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TasneemHartleytasneemhartleyphysio@gmail.com0794748468Yes
The functional outcomes of post stroke HIV positive, HIV negative and HIV undiagnosed inpatients: A descriptive study
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christopherKaangunduejejatuaomaendo@gmail.com0738439512Yes
Topic: Assessing the impact of MomConnect program in improving childhood immunization coverage rates for children < 12 months in the Northern Cape Province
Querry: Sample size calculation: quasi experimental design
Methodology:
Two groups (Intervention group: Children whose mothers were enrolled into MomConnect) vs control group (not Enrolled).

How do i calculate sample for the number of participants needed in each arm?
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TasneemHartleytasneemhartleyphysio@gmail.com0794748468Yes
To whom it may concern

Maxwell was previously involved in my Master's project. I am currently busy with the manuscripts and presentations related to my Masters and need minor additional stats to be done and guidance with tables. I have spoken to Maxwell and he said he will send through any relevant stats and data he worked with to my new assigned biostatistician.

I send a previous request a couple of weeks ago and got no response. I urgently need the minor stats done (one calculation) for our upcoming departmental research day on the 26 July.

Kindly advise.
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JohanKoenjgkoen@gmail.com0833930353Yes
Variation in ascending thoracic aorta position: an analysis by computed tomogrophy

If it would be possible to request an appointment with Tonya Esterhuizen, that would be greatly appreciated.
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CharlottePistoriuscharlottep@wpbts.org.za0842085158Yes
Prof Preiser suggested that I contact you.  We are struggling to decide which statistical test would be the correct/ most appropriate one to use.  And whether I have calculated the lower level of detection correctly.
 
Some background.
 
I have evaluated a test, that is currently used to screen plasma samples, but with using dried blood spot and dried plasma spot samples (especially for use in economically constrained areas)
• So I have compare the plasma sample results to dried blood spots (DBS) and plasma to dried plasma spots (DPS)
 
The test is a qualitative test, but it gives a sample to cut off ratio resulting in our dilemma
 
• Should I use student’s t-test (comparing S/CO) or McNemar’s Chi square (comparing interpretations) throughout?
 
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RobynAdams17633796@sun.ac.za0712165181Yes
A cross sectional study investigating the prevalence of HPV genotypes in HIV-positive and negative South African women.
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CharlottePistoriuscharlottep@wpbts.org.za0842085158Yes
Prof Preiser suggested that I contact you.  We are struggling to decide which statistical test would be the correct/ most appropriate one to use.  And whether I have calculated the lower level of detection correctly.
 
Some background.
 
I have evaluated a test, that is currently used to screen plasma samples, but with using dried blood spot and dried plasma spot samples (especially for use in economically constrained areas)
• So I have compare the plasma sample results to dried blood spots (DBS) and plasma to dried plasma spots (DPS)
 
The test is a qualitative test, but it gives a sample to cut off ratio resulting in our dilemma
 
• Should I use student’s t-test (comparing S/CO) or McNemar’s Chi-square (comparing interpretations) throughout?
 
What would you require from me?
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lieselEsterhuizenlesterhuizen@sun.ac.za0721089950Yes
Test
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SengeziweSibekosibekos1@sun.ac.zaExt 9521No
Research topic: Translational study focusing on HPV infection in the female genital tract
Query: Writing up of a statistical analysis plan for the protocol.
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