About the Statistical Advisory Service (SAS)
The Statistical Advisory Service is part of the Faculty of Medicine and resides in the School Of Public Health. The primary goal of SAS is to help all staff and postgraduate students of Imperial College with their research. The unit also provides statistical help to public bodies and private companies on a commercial basis.
To contact us for statistical advice, please complete the SAS Advice Form (Word) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org preferably by email. Please note that this is not a walk-in or a telephone service, and most consultations take 1-2 weeks to arrange. The consultation is approximately one hour.
Sorry, the consultancy service is not available to Undergraduates or MSc students, due to high demand.
The remit of SAS is wide - offering help with, for example, statistics, methodology, and grant applications. We also provide short courses in statistics and statistical software. The service is part of Imperial College London, ensuring that clients can take advantage of the staff's research expertise.
The service provided can be paid for on an hourly, or daily, basis. If you are planning a project requiring extensive data analysis or continuing support, you need to request funds for statistical assistance in your research budget (SAS is included on InfoEd as a FEC charged-out facility).
- Richard Kells is an Administrator / +44 (0)20 7594 1754 / +44 (0)7590 808 025 / email@example.com
- Dr Fabiana Gordon is a Senior Statistical Consultant - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Joseph Eliahoo is a Statistical Consultant - email@example.com