Scheduling and Cost

Appointments

The CCaTS Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Resource is pleased to offer initial consultations at no cost to Mayo Clinic employees, students and research appointees across the enterprise. BERD Resource staff members offer face-to-face meetings whenever possible, with phone consultations available as needed.

Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, BERD Resource consultations

The CCaTS BERD Resource is in the early planning process of building a consultation service at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona. Investigators needing consultations may reach out directly to the biostatistics and bioinformatics team in Arizona (must be logged in to the Mayo Clinic network), or they may receive phone consultations by scheduling through either Rochester or Jacksonville.

Jacksonville, Florida, BERD Resource consultations

Consultations for Mayo Clinic staff located in Jacksonville, Florida, are initiated by emailing flabiostatistics@mayo.edu. BERD Resource staff members offer flexible times and locations to meet the needs of Florida researchers.

Rochester, Minnesota, BERD Resource consultations

Consultations for Mayo Clinic staff members located in Rochester, Minnesota, are available by appointment Monday through Friday in one-hour slots. Consultations take place in the CCaTS offices on the third floor of the Plummer Building.

Monday 10 a.m.-noon; 2-4 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

To make an appointment in Rochester, call the CCaTS Service Center at 507-255-7101.

Mayo Clinic Health System

CCaTS BERD services are available throughout the Mayo Clinic Health System by scheduling a phone consultation with the BERD Resource at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester. Researchers should specifically request a phone consultation when scheduling the appointment. Skype for Business and other forms of video conferencing may be made available as necessary.

Cost

There is no charge for using the BERD Resource; however, access is limited. To ensure that all investigators who will benefit from this resource are scheduled in a timely manner, consultations with new and developing investigators and first-time users are given priority.

Investigators with needs outside the scope of the BERD Resource — including the need for ongoing collaboration through regularly scheduled meetings — may be referred to the Department of Health Science Research for additional support on a case-by-case basis.