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Spring 2015

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BIOE 800 Master's Thesis and Research Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA
Credit: variable
Research performed under the direction and supervision of the respective student's Research Advisor, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science.
BIOE 804 Master's Project Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA
Credit: variable
Students will work on their master?s project in conjunction with advisor and master?s committee. Research-based course. Credit variable (1-6) as assigned by instructor. Prerequisite(s): Completion of core required courses on the master?s of Epidemiology program. Consent of the project advisor.
BIOE 810 Independent Study Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA
Credit: variable
An in-depth study of some aspect of epidemiology in which the student has special interest. Study is done independently with faculty approval and supervision. Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.
BIOE 814 Health Behavior Theory and Intervention Design M. DeBon
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : Th    Time : 8:30-11:30 am    Place : 6th Floor Conference Room, Doctors Office Bldg
Credit: 3
This course provides a wide-ranging overview of models of health behavior (including Reasoned Action, Planned Behavior, Transtheoretical, Social Cognitive, and Community/Group), along with intervention mapping, and social/ecological models. The course also demonstrates how students can apply these theories to culturally diverse and unique populations, providing ?real world? experience. Hybrid course: this course will be evenly divided between online efforts and face-to-face discussions and lectures.
BIOE 818 Mixed Linear Models in Epidemiology Wonsuk Yoo
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : M    Time : 1:00-4:00    Place : 6th Floor Lab, Doctor's Office Building
Credit: 3
This course provides the advanced skills necessary for independent statistical analysis of epidemiologic and clinical data containing clustered observations and random effects. Topics to be covered include unrestricted and restricted maximum likelihood estimation, Akaike's information criterion, standard general linear models, linear random effects models, linear covariance pattern models, and linear random coefficient models. The course focuses on applications requiring flexible modeling of variance and covariance structures for clustered data when observations from a common cluster are correlated. The approaches covered in the course are particularly relevant for analysis of hierarchical and longitudinal data having Gaussian distributed error. Prerequisite(s): BIOE 821 Biostatistics for the Health Sciences II , BIOE 822 Advanced Epidemiology , instructor's consent
BIOE 819 Master's Seminar: Survival and Self-Reliance in the Computer Age Elizabeth Tolley
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : M    Time : 9:30-10:30 am    Place : 400 Doctors Office Bldg
Credit: 1
This seminar is designed to expose students to a wide variety of topics of professional relevance including discussions on current work in the field, presentations on specific topic areas within epidemiology, the use of tools important to epidemiologic research, and presentations of on-going master's research.
BIOE 821 Biostatistics for the Health Sciences II Elizabeth Tolley
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : M,Tu,F    Time : 8:15-9:15 am    Place : 400 Doctors Office Bldg
Credit: 3
Second semester content pertains to methods of regression for observational and experimental data. Methods of analysis and hypothesis testing for three or more treatments are presented for various experimental designs and treatment combinations for normally distributed and ordinal data. Instruction includes helping the students attain mastery-level skill in programming with the SAS software system for statistical analysis of data on the UT VAX.
BIOE 822 Advanced Epidemiology Simonne Nouer
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : Tu,Th    Time : 10:00 am-noon    Place : 6th Floor Lab, Doctors Office Bldg
Credit: 4
This course provides the foundation skills for independent analysis of epidemiologic data. Topics to be covered include the analysis of vital statistics data, statistical analysis of simple epidemiologic measures, identification and control of confounding in epidemiologic data, model building using epidemiologic data, logistic regression, and proportional hazards modeling. At the end of the semester, students will be able to analyze data from matched and unmatched case-control studies, case-cohort studies, and traditional cohort designs. The course includes a mandatory statistical computing laboratory. Prerequisite(s): BIOE 811 Biostatistics for the Health Sciences I , BIOE 812 Fundamentals of Epidemiology
BIOE 823 Randomized Clinical Trials Mace Coday
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : Tu    Time : 3:00-5:00 pm and TBA    Place : 6th Floor Lab, Doctors Office Bldg
Credit: 3
This course will allow the student to understand and analyze the many critical facets of the most precise design for clinical studies in humans: randomized clinical trials. Using a case-based approach, students will learn the importance of precise hypothesis description, selection of an at risk cohort for study, and the power of randomization in helping balance the study groups on a number of known and unknown confounding factors. Important issues with regard to subject recruitment, patient management, and data quality control will be emphasized. Students will learn to perform their own sample size calculations and use actual statistical packages to outline real clinical trial results data. Prerequisite(s): BIOE 811 Biostatistics for the Health Sciences I , BIOE 812 Fundamentals of Epidemiology
BIOE 834 Epidemiology of Childhood Diseases Marion Hare
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : Th    Time : 1:00-2:00 pm    Place : 600 Jefferson TUCI, 3rd Floor Conference Room
Credit: 1
This course will provide an overview of the epidemiology of selected conditions and diseases affecting children as well as demonstrate the childhood origins of some adult chronic disease. For most of these conditions, information about the pattern of occurrence, data about risk factors and effectiveness of various preventive or therapeutic interventions will be discussed. Public use sources of information such as the National Health and Examination Survey (NHANES), National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), CDC "Pink Book", Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) and Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) will be introduced and discussed. Additionally, some of the unique and challenging aspects of research in pediatric epidemiology such as issues of childhood growth and development, maternal (intrauterine) origins of disease and parental role in disease diagnosis and treatment will be introduced. In the last weeks of the course, students will be asked to synthesize the information presented in the course by identifying, presenting and evaluating the available epidemiological information on a childhood disease or condition of their choice. Prerequisite(s): BIOE 812 Fundamentals of Epidemiology , BIOE 812 is a prerequisite of this course unless waived by the instructor.
BIOE 840 Special Topics (Section 001 Independent Study) Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA
Credit: variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. Prerequisite(s): instructor's consent
BIOE 840 Special Topics (Section 007 Informatics Design for Clinical and Community Interventions) Phyllis Richey
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/14/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/24/2013
Day : Tu    Time : 1:30-2:30 pm    Place : 600 Jefferson TUCI, 3rd Floor Conference Room
Credit: variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. Prerequisite(s): instructor's consent
BIOE 847 Advanced SAS Programming Mehmet Kocak
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/07/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/11/2013
Day : M-F    Time : 9:00 a.m.    Place : 2:00 p.m.
Credit: 1
This course provides advanced programming techniques in SAS,SQL and MACRO languages. The natural flow of the course is intended to start with an introduction to simple SQL programming using a single dataset followed by discussions on how to work with multiple datasets with common primary key variables. Upon completing the SQL component, a smooth transition is planned to simple MACRO programming in SAS, which will be gradually advanced to more efficient yet complicated MACRO programming. This class will be taught onsite in the SAS-laboratory in the Department of Preventive Medicine as the students will need SAS access for hands-on practice of exercises. Prerequisite(s): BIOE 813 Fundamentals of SAS for Epidemiology , BIOE 813 is a prerequisite condition OR consent of instructor.
BIOE 727 Principles of Epidemiology Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : Online
Credit: 3
This online course, which is part of the Certificate in Clinical Research Program, introduces the basic principles and methods of epidemiology and demonstrates their applicability in the fields of public health and clinical research. Topics to be covered include the historical perspective of epidemiology, measures of disease occurrence and association, study design, disease screening, and causal inference. Study design content will cover experimental, cohort and case-control studies as well as challenges in design and analysis including bias, confounding and random error. Students will be expected to participate in discussion boards, complete weekly homework assignments, and take a mid-term and final exam. Prerequisite(s): This is an online course for students in the Certificate in Clinical Research program. Students should be enrolled in the Certificate program before taking this course.
BIOE 740 Ethical and Legal Issues in Clinical Research Terrence Ackerman
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : Online
Credit: 3
This course will examine ethical and legal principles and issues in clinical research, including attention to topics such as the Nuremberg Code, Belmont Report, federal standards for protection of human subjects, FDA guidelines for drug and device development, good clinical practice standards, and how these guidelines may be applied to the development, conduct, and reporting of clinical research. Prerequisite(s): This is an online course for students in the Certificate in Clinical Research program. Students should be enrolled in the Certificate program before taking this course.

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Fall 2014

BIOE 720 Biostatistics for Public Health (Section 701 for students in the Certificate in Clinical Research program) Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : Online Credit: 3
This course provides an introduction to the use of statistical techniques in biomedical and public health research. The course will cover common descriptive statistics including the mean, median, and standard deviation as well as techniques for testing hypotheses (analysis of variance, t-tests, regression, nonparametric methods) and issues in sampling and design of experiments. The class will be taught using online methods and is open only for students enrolled in programs of the Tennessee Consortium for Public Health Workforce Education. Prerequisite(s): Admission into Certificate Program of the Tennessee Consortium for Public Health Workforce Education or permission of the instructor.
BIOE 750 Fundamentals of Clinical Investigation Mace Coday
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : Online Credit: 3
This course will present an introduction to the different types of clinical research and practical methods that investigators can use in the conduct of multidisciplinary clinical research. Observational cohort studies, case-control studies, and Phase I-IV intervention-based randomized controlled clinical trials will be presented. Design distinctions, sampling and randomization procedures, data integrity, data-analysis concerns, and practical conduct for these investigative approaches will be examined. This course will also review ethical issues in conducting research in people, federal guidance for the conduct of clinical research, and the dynamic influence of behavior on the conduct of clinical research. This is an online course for the web-based Certificate in Clinical Research program. Prerequisite(s): Admission into Certificate Program of the Tennessee Consortium for Public Health Workforce Education or permission of the instructor.
BIOE 800 Master's Thesis and Research Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA Credit: variable
Research performed under the direction and supervision of the respective student's Research Advisor, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science.
BIOE 804 Master's Project Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA Credit: variable
Students will work on their master?s project in conjunction with advisor and master?s committee. Research-based course. Credit variable (1-6) as assigned by instructor. Prerequisite(s): Completion of core required courses on the master?s of Epidemiology program. Consent of the project advisor.
BIOE 810 Independent Study Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA Credit: variable
An in-depth study of some aspect of epidemiology in which the student has special interest. Study is done independently with faculty approval and supervision. Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.
BIOE 811 Biostatistics for the Health Sciences I Elizabeth Tolley
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : M,Tu,F    Time : 8:15-9:15 am    Place : room 400, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 4
This course provides students with an introduction to descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, estimation, and one and two sample hypothesis testing, including paired and unpaired situations, for normally distributed and ordinal data. Students will also be introduced to one-way analysis of variance, including multisample inference, one-way ANOVA, fixed-effect and random effects models, and intraclass correlation coefficients. This course also includes a mandatory statistical computing laboratory that uses SAS for data analysis throughout the semester.
BIOE 812 Fundamentals of Epidemiology Simonne Nouer
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : Tu    Time : 10:00-noon plus online time TBA    Place : 1st floor conference room, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 3
The course introduces the basic principles and methods of epidemiology and demonstrates their applicability in the field of public health. Topics to be covered include the historical perspective of epidemiology, measures of disease occurrence and of association, clinical epidemiology, disease screening, causal inference, and study design.
BIOE 813 Fundamentals of SAS for Epidemiology Jim Wan
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : F    Time : 1:15-4:00 pm    Place : room 600, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 3
This course provides the foundation computing skills for independent analysis of epidemiologic data. Topics to be covered include an introduction to SAS as a research tool; Operating with SAS for Windows environment; Reading internal and external data into SAS; Working with variables and SAS functions; Using logical statements; Introducing SAS procedures - especially those that produce descriptive statistics; Performing simple inferential tests and power analysis; combining datasets; Reshaping data; and Introducing macro language. This course consists of 2 hour lecture and 1 hour laboratory session per week.
BIOE 815 Introduction to Public Health and Preventive Medicine Phyllis Richey
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : Tu    Time : 1:00-4:00 pm    Place : 600 Jefferson Ave., room 335 Credit: 3
The course introduces students to the identification, understanding, and application of preventive and public health approaches to the wide range of infectious diseases and chronic disease epidemics. Methods to conduct an outbreak investigation will be included in the course. The infectious disease epidemics used as examples will be AIDS and TB. Chronic diseases will mainly focus on cardiovascular disease and methods to assist students in understanding the causal pathways from behavior to morbidity. Students will develop research proposals for identifying, understanding, and intervening on public health problems that are common in urban America. These written proposals, as well as midterm and final written exams, will prepare the students for Master's thesis and research. Prerequisite(s): Instructor permission.
BIOE 819 Master's Seminar: Survival and Self-Reliance in the Computer Age Elizabeth Tolley
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : M    Time : 9:30-10:30 am    Place : room 400, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 1
This seminar is designed to expose students to a wide variety of topics of professional relevance including discussions on current work in the field, presentations on specific topic areas within epidemiology, the use of tools important to epidemiologic research, and presentations of on-going master's research.
BIOE 829 Introduction to GIS for Use with Health-Related Data Simonne Nouer
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 08/13/2012     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 08/17/2012
Day : M,T,W,Th,F    Time : 9:00 am-2:00 pm    Place : 1st floor conference room, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 1
This course introduces basic concepts and use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools for working with data that can be spatially or geographically referenced. GIS are computerized systems for compiling, managing, analyzing, and mapping data linked to locations. This course will focus on the practical application of basic GIS software tools to work with health-related data. The course will include readings and discussions followed by hands-on exercises using GIS software. Because this course will be taught in a lab where instruction is integrated with hands-on exercises and participants? interaction in the lab, and because it uses a workshop style approach, class size is limited to 12 students with the prerequisite of instructor?s consent. Students will be required to bring their own laptop computers for use in the lab, as well as a small USB flash drive. Hybrid: course has face-to-face meetings 5 consecutive days for 4 hours each day; online activity consisted of reading assignments, exercise assignments, and a final project. Prerequisite(s): Instructor's consent
BIOE 840 Special Topics (Section 001 Independent Study) Pam Connor
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : TBA Credit: variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. Prerequisite(s): instructor's consent
BIOE 842 Applied Survival Analysis Fridtjof Thomas
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : Th    Time : 1:30-4:30 pm    Place : room 600, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 3
Survival analysis refers to the statistical approach to analyze the occurrence and timing of events. Students will gain familiarity with the characteristics of time-to-event data such as the presence of censoring and time-varying covariates, and will learn to master the necessary statistical methods and techniques to design and analyze studies with survival data, including the construction and interpretation of Kaplan-Meier estimates, the Cox proportional hazards model, and methods for life table analysis. This course also extends the standard Cox model by introducing time-varying covariates and stratification as a way of dealing with non-proportionality of hazards. The course utilizes the software SAS and especially its PROC LIFETEST and PROC PHREG functions. This course is taught in a SAS computer lab with hands-on exercises, and enrollment is limited to eight students with consent of instructor. Prerequisite(s): Instructor's consent
BIOE 845 Biostatistics for Integrated Biomedical Sciences Wonsuk Yoo
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : TBA    Time : TBA    Place : online Credit: 2
This course provides a basic introduction to the use of statistical techniques in biomedical research. The course will cover common descriptive statistics including the mean, median, and standard deviation, inferential statistics, and techniques for testing hypotheses, and will emphasize application of these concepts to case studies. This is an online course designed specifically for students enrolled in the IBS program, but is open to other students given permission from the course director. Prerequisite(s): As this course is an introductory course, there are no statistical prerequisite conditions. All non-IBS students require instructor permission to register for the course.
BIOE 846 Economics of Health and Health Care Teresa Waters
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : Tu,Th    Time : 10:30-12:00    Place : room 400, Doctors Office Bldg Credit: 3
This course provides an introduction to concepts and methods of health economics. Students will be introduced to a range of microeconomic tools, such as demand and cost theory, and learn how to apply these tools to healthcare issues and problems. The goal of this course is to better understand the economic aspects of health and healthcare so that institutions and polices can be better designed to meet the needs of the population. The primary focus of this course will be issues facing the US healthcare system, but the tools learned and the issues discussed will have international applicability. Prerequisite(s): Instructor consent. This course presumes reasonably strong math skills (Algebra). Calculus is not required (but helpful).

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