We welcome all inquires for research collaboration, support and consulting, from medical or non-medical areas across all diciplines that rely on data, such as biology, cancer, energy, enviroment, epidemiology, imaging, law, medicine, statistics itself and astronomy.
Although we consider research collaboration inquires at any stage of the research, we advocate:
We absolutely do not consult for class homework or project, nor do we provide free consulting that is unrelated to collaboration. A collaboration request is considered on a case-by-case basis.
However some limited and selected support may be provided to Case faculty covered by the Case CTSA BERD program. Free walk-in sessions with students may possibly be provided in the future.
For statistical support or consulting services, we typically charge a fee on a sliding scale (depending on supervision level required and client employment/student status). For research collabrations, the Director will determine their acceptance on a case-by-case basis.
All clients, ie: faculty, staff, industry, or students, must have one of three funding sources availible to seek SR2c support or consulting services:
Consulting hours are on a fixed weekly schedule during each academic semester on Mondays 4-5pm, and Thursdays 2-3pm (by appointment). Federal/university holidays and academic breaks are excluded. Consulting is held at the SR2c Center. A map is availible to help you locate us: LINK
Research/Grant Collaboration: Email sr2c AT case DOT edu with `RESEARCH collaboration' or `GRANT collaboration' in the subject title.
Statistical Support or Consultation: Send inquiries to sr2c AT case DOT edu or stat-consult AT case DOT edu with 'STAT CONSULT' in the subject title.
BERD: If your study has first gotten pre-approval by a CTSC's BERD director to qualify for BERD support, is proposed more than 4 weeks before the grant deadline, AND the support desired is only for grant application development, please indicate so in your email. Without BERD support, a fee will be charged for grant development wihout collaboration.
For more flexibility, please see our membership packages for your consulting and collaboration needs.
Prior to your appointment, ensure your funding source is availible and adequate. Remember to bring the account number/speedtype information with you.
Have an "elevator speech" ready that accurately sums up the gist of your problem.
Bring relevant material that will support the description of your problem such as graphs or data.
We're looking forward to meeting you!
The SR2c Center follows the same policy as the CCI, the University and the Profession: "Authorship is based on the intellectual contribution to a manuscript, not on direct payment (if any) for the work performed." Please note that support will note be provided unless both funding and authorship (when warrented) is guaranteed by the investigator prior to the commencement of all work.