Associate Professor Saonli Basu and Professor Cavan Reilly have been named 2017 Fellows of the American Statistical Association.
A study by Assistant Professor Julian Wolfson tested two popular cardiovascular risk calculators using patient electronic health data and found that they maintain their accuracy at predicting cardiovascular risk when they are used in a clinical setting.
Student Carrie Groth developed a new statistical method for calculating the chemical exposure workers experienced during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Assistant Professor Julian Wolfson creates a smartphone app that allows researchers to understand how people move throughout their day.
Scientists currently have no accurate way to estimate the current total coverage of plants across the planet or project what coverage will be like in the future. PhD biostatistics student Abhirup Datta has changed that.
The Division of Biostatistics is offering “PUBH 3415/7415: Introduction to Clinical Trials” — an online course providing a fundamental understanding of how clinical trials are used to advance science.
Associate Professor Haitao Chu was named an ASA fellow in recognition of his ongoing commitment to meaningful research, education, and service to the field.