Biostatistics at Minnesota
The Division of Biostatistics is among the leading biostatistics programs in the United States, focusing on the critical statistical methods employed in biomedical research.
Our division is home to some 36 faculty members, 75 graduate students and 65 staff members. These experts collaborate on research in HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular disease, cancer prevention, health policy and many other important areas.
Research Day 2013 featured a record number of student participants from public health majors across the school's four divisions. See a list of winners and honorable mentions, plus a photo and video recap.
Jason Kunz, Samantha Mills, Susan Wyatt, and Natasha Wright have received the President’s Student Leadership and Service Award from the University of Minnesota.
The SPH is seeking nominations for public health faculty and P&A staff for the 2013 Awards for Achievement & Outstanding Service. Nominations are due by noon on Monday, May 6.
In the latest U.S. News & World Report on top graduate schools, the SPH ranked fifth among public universities and eighth in the nation.