Research Resources

This routinely-updated list of resources is curated by Sarah B. Andrea, PhD, MPH. Suggestions for new entries, and feedback regarding errors or faulty links are appreciated and can be submitted here.

Diamond Portal

Clinical researchers can now access and share professional development offerings and resources on the NIH-funded Development, Implementation, and AssessMent Of Novel Training in Domain-based competencies (DIAMOND) Portal.  DIAMOND is a collaborative discovery learning space for clinical research professionals and other members of research study teams. Training and assessment items included in the DIAMOND collection are searchable by competency domain and provide information and links to offerings for study teams.

Guides for critically evaluating the quality of health studies

** I also find these these checklists helpful when devising analytic plans, drafting manuscripts, and performing peer-review

Existing health datasets for secondary analyses

Data Management, Analysis & Visualization

General

Statistical Software: R

Statistical Software: Stata

Resources for writing up the manuscript

General manuscript composition

Presenting results

Special Topics

Discipline Specific Guides

Peer-review

Allyship/Antiracism in Health Research

Miscellaneous Epidemiology & Public Health Resources

  • Population Health Exchange (PHX): Update your population health skill set or deepen your understanding of the pressing public health issues of our time with these tools and resources.
  • Columbia SPH keeps and updates great descriptions and additional resources regarding important and emerging population health techniques and the tensions that may arise in the selection and application of appropriate techniques. 
  • EpiToDate is an effort to curate, catalog, annotate and share useful, interesting and relevant resources in epidemiology and allied fields in a compact easy-to-read format.