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PubH 7430Statistical Methods for **Correlated** Data School of Public Health, University of Minnesota Fall 2008 Credits 3 Meeting Time Tuesday and Thursday 11:15am-12:30pm Meeting Place TBD Instructor Na Li, PhD Office Address Mayo A443 Office Phone 612-626-4765 Fax 612-626-0660 E-mail nali@umn.edu ...

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