Graduating MS students, first-year MS students and Ph.D. students pose with Faculty and Staff at the 2017 Annual Research Practicum Defense.
Graduating MS students (Practicum presenters), first-year MS students and Ph.D. students pose with Faculty and Staff at the Annual Research Practicum Defense.

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The Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, and Biomathematics offers four graduate programs and consults for various departments at Georgetown University.

PhD in Biostatistics

The PhD in Biostatistics integrates biostatistics with world-class biomedical research at Georgetown University

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Master of Science in Biostatistics

The MS in Biostatistics program provides integrated training in computational, quantitative, and biomedical sciences.

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Certificate Programs

Individuals who focus on data analysis must equip themselves with a variety of tools to meet the demands of today’s life-sc...

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The Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, and Biomathematics (DBBB) was established in 2005 within the Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC). As an academic graduate department, we offer a PhDMaster’s and Certificate programs in Biostatistics. With over 20 faculty members, the DBBB actively collaborates and provides consulting for GUMC, Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (LCCC) and university research investigators on clinical, basic science, and population science research projects. Additionally, faculty conduct independent methodological research contributing to both Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, and the prevention and treatment of diseases. Our research is funded on a variety of grants from organizations such as the NIH and the Department of Defense.