Department of Biostatistics
The Graduate Program is administered by an active, expanding and highly interdisciplinary faculty in the Biostatistics Department in the Program in Public Health. Major areas of research activity include analysis of biomarkers and diagnostic tests, causal inference and missing data, time series and functional data analysis, spatial data and network analysis; bioinformatics, longitudinal data, and multilevel modeling. Faculty collaborate actively with investigators in cancer prevention and screening, behavioral sciences, HIV/AIDS, health care policy, genetic epidemiology, neuroscience, and genomics. All Biostatistics faculty are members of the Center for Statistical Sciences, which hosts the Biostatistics Methods and Data Center for the NCIfunded American College of Radiology Imaging Network (ACRIN), the Biostatistics Core for Brown's Center for AIDS Research, and the Biostatistics Core for the Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center (TTURC).
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