*Emphasize more on personal reflection and how this course has influenced you as a future professional. NO REFERENCES. Course description: The course examines ethical challenges related to research design, data collection, data integrity and stewardship, data analysis and interpretation, and data reporting in the conduct of public health and biomedical research. Through presentation of historical and current case studies we discuss ethical concerns commonly faced by biostatisticians and provide tools to address future quandaries. Course Learning Objectives: 1. Identify potential ethical concerns in situations commonly confronting biostatisticians. 2. Explain how current and historical events affect current ethical issues for biostatisticians. 3. Analyze the potential impact of research on different communities from an ethical perspective. 1.Your assignment is to determine the five most important things (“learning points”) you have learned in the course and explain (a) what each point or lesson is, and (b) why it is important, including specifically commenting on why or how it will be useful to you in your career as a (bio)statistician. The emphasis of this final project is on personal reflection and how this course has influenced you as a future professional. “five most important things” may be anything at all from the course, however, at least one learning point must include something you learned about yourself (., NOT a lesson/best practice/something directly from the readings or discussion). A key aspect of the paper is to explain each of the five points clearly and describe why each item was selected as part of the five most important things learned in the course.