PhD in Biostatistics
Be a part of the integration of biostatistics with world-class biomedical research at Georgetown University.
The PhD in Biostatistics integrates biostatistics with world-class biomedical research at Georgetown University. The goal of the program is to train outstanding biostatisticians who will advance the field of biostatistics. The program prepares students for research and teaching careers in academia and for research and technical careers in industry and government. The program also emphasizes quantitative skills, biomedical research relevance, and communication skills.
The Department currently has faculty members who are affiliated with various research groups, centers, and institutes across Georgetown, including Department of Tumor Biology, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Department of Computer Science, Department of Oncology, School of Nursing and Health Studies (SNHS), and MedStar Health Research Institute. These affiliations provide a wide range of experiences and opportunities for graduate study at Georgetown.
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