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Biostatistics is a highly dynamic and growing field dedicated to the creation of innovative theory and methods for study design, data analysis, and statistical inference, and the promotion of these methods as integral to interdisciplinary research in human health and the life sciences.

Our faculty are leaders in the development of methods for causal inference, diagnostic and screening test evaluation, longitudinal and missing data analysis, research synthesis, and computational biology.

 Biostatistics Faculty:  (l-r, front) C. Bauer, E. Kim, Z. Zhang, Chair C. Gatsonis, Z. Wu, H. Lee, and R. Luo; (l-r, back) F. Duan, C. Schmid, T. Liu, R. Gutman and J. Hogan (G. Papandonatos not pictured)Biostatistics Faculty: (l-r, front) C. Bauer, E. Kim, Z. Zhang, Chair C. Gatsonis, Z. Wu, H. Lee, and R. Luo; (l-r, back) F. Duan, C. Schmid, T. Liu, R. Gutman and J. Hogan (G. Papandonatos not pictured)

Our students have rich opportunities to work in our extensive methodologic and interdisciplinary research programs in HIV/AIDS research, evaluation of tests and biomarkers for diagnosis and prediction, analysis of complex health care data and comparative effectiveness research, genomics and genetics, behavioral medicine, neuroscience, and high dimensional data.

2014-15 Biostatistics Doctoral, Master's, and Undergraduate Students2014-15 Biostatistics Doctoral, Master's, and Undergraduate Students