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Performing methodological research in areas including Bayesian analysis, spatial statistics, statistical genetics, and causal inference, division faculty, students and staff are involved in over 100 research grants and contracts totaling more than $150 million.
We offer MPH, MS and PhD degrees, along with a Certificate in Applied Biostatistics and a minor. Professor Brad Carlin serves as the division head.
UMN Biostat Open House
Friday, October 17, 2014, 10-2:30
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Come learn how UMN biostatisticians develop new techniques for analyzing complex
biomedical data, and collaborate with medical researchers on
studies ranging from laboratory experiments describing the inner
workings of cancer cells to international trials testing new
treatments for HIV and tuberculosis.
Email Sally Olander (email@example.com) by Oct. 13 to register.
Please write “Open House” in your subject line, and include your first and last name in the email.
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