Our thriving biostatistics department is recognized as a worldwide leader in research and practice.
Members of our faculty are interested both in development of statistical methodology and application of statistics in applied research. Our research strengths include:
- Development of new statistical methods to address pressing issues in medicine and public health sciences
- Design of innovative clinical trials that allow faster evaluation of new therapeutic agents;
- Collaborative work focused upon important public health concerns, including infectious diseases, cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity and drinking water safety; and
- Utilization of strong quantitative skills to improve the health of human beings around the globe.
October 8 Seminar: Rick Chappell, PhD, professor of statistics and biostatistics & medical informatics at the University of Wisconsin Medical School will present “Delta what? Choice of outcome scale in non-inferiority trials in Bayesian.”
2015 Graduate Program Open House: Prospective students, join us Friday, Oct. 9, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., in 133 Rosenau Hall. Learn more.