Summer Training Opportunities: 2023 Pittsburgh Summer Methodology Series


Posted on behalf of the Pittsburgh Summer Methodology Series.


The Pittsburgh Summer Methodology Series


The Pittsburgh Summer Methodology Series will be offering a number workshops this summer, providing training in state of the art statistical and research methods in a series of brief, affordable workshops for trainees (students and post-docs) and professionals (faculty and industry). These courses are designed for applied researchers and cover a number of topics of potential interest. 

All courses are offered virtually via zoom and will be recorded for attendees to continue to reference after the course, so you can participant asynchronously.

Course offerings include Instrument Development, Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling, Longitudinal Structural Equation Modeling, SMART Clinical Trial Designs, coding in the statistical language R, Machine Learning for Behavioral Scientists, Designing Ambulatory Assessment Studies, and Multilevel Modeling for Longitudinal Data.

Instructors are university faculty who regularly teach these methods as part of their standard coursework, and who each have extensive experience in applied use of the techniques, teaching brief workshops, and providing consultation to other applied scientists. The hands-on workshops are designed to give you the necessary knowledge and tools to implement these cutting edge methods in your own work.

Special reduced pricing is offered for trainees (graduate students and post-docs), and combining some courses offer substantially reduced rates as well. Fees are also reduced for registrants from countries designated “low and middle income” (LIMC) by OECD. See more here.

Summer Schedule 

More about the series            Register here