The Division of Biostatistics is the academic home of 20 methodologic and collaborative faculty biostatisticians and 20 statistical analysts / programmers. Division members engage in statistical methods development and application, research design and statistical computing for health science research. Division faculty are critical leaders on research teams uniting faculty from the Department of Preventive Medicine as well as the Feinberg School of Medicine and the university as a whole.
Faculty interests encompass Bayesian methods bioinformatics, causal inference, computational biology, clinical trials, diagnostic testing, longitudinal modeling, missing data modeling, semi-parametric models, spatial modeling, statistical genetics, and survival analysis.
Division faculty and staff lead and contribute to:
- Biostatistics Collaboration Center for the NUCATS Institute
- Quantitative Data Sciences Core for the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Data and statistics core for the Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease Center
- Methodology/data management core of the Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Center in Rheumatology
Division faculty teach in Program in Public Health degree programs:
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