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.
September 13th: The Annual Biostatistics Picnic for students, staff, faculty and their families. Check your email for additional information or contact Veronica Stallings
September 3rd : Richard C. Zink, PhD, JMP Life Sciences, SAS Institute will present “Assessing the cardiovascular risk of anti-diabetic therapies in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus”
September 10th: Haiqun Lin, PhD, Assocaite Professor of Public Heath at Yale’s School of Public Health will present “Marginal Inference of Longitudinal Data in Presence of Non-ignorable Missing Response”