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The Division of Biostatistics focuses on the development of statistical methods for biomedical research, whether the result is highlighting a potential cause of cancer or testing a new treatment for AIDS. The division offers MPH, MS and PhD degrees, along with a certificate and a minor. Professor Brad Carlin serves as the division head.
Biostatistics professor Sudipto Banerjee, Ph.D., was appointed to the National Academies’ National Research Council Committee on Analysis of Costs and Benefits of Reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program. The committee…
To be eligible to serve as a principal investigator on a sponsored project, University of Minnesota researchers must complete introductory workshops about the responsible conduct of research. They must…