GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN BIOSTATISTICS
Excited by independent biostatistical research, as well as advanced collaborative work and teaching? If yes, then Ph.D. in Biostatistics may be right for you. As a fully staffed academic department, we offer advanced coursework, independent studies, and mentored methodological research, all leading to you becoming the next leader in biostatistical analysis. Our department is closely involved with cancer research, working on cutting edge experiments, clinical trials, gene sequencing analysis and other platforms, helping increase our knowledge about cancer and how to better approach curing it.
Would you like to become a data analyst, a consulting biostatistician, or otherwise be able to contribute to various areas of biomedical research? If yes, then consider our Masters in Biostatistics. We teach students fundamental and applied biostatistics courses, and also provide an opportunity to work on a research project under the guidance of a faculty member. Our rigorous 3-semester program culminates in a poster defense of your work. As a Master biostatistician, you will be able to work as a valuable research team member on virtually any biomedical topic. Our MS graduates have contributed to government, pharmaceutical, and academic research teams. In recent years, there has been a rise of strong need of Biostatisticians.
Already hold a position in a company or a government agency having to do with biomedical or healthcare research, but want to expand your analytic capabilities without obtaining a full graduate degree? Our Certificate in Biostatistics or Certificate in Epidemiology might the one for you! You will work with an academic advisor to develop an individual schedule base on your time availability and interests. Upon completion, you will gain the experience to better navigate the world of biostatistics, both in terms of understanding the inner workings of the machinery we use and able to utilize your newly acquired skill set to analyze data.